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The Status of TV Display’s Innovation by Generation: From CRT to Transparent and Flexible Display
Nowadays, more than 96 percent of Korean people have at least 1 TV at home. Therefore, TV has become one of the most close and familiar devices to us. TV display’s evolution can be classified by generation into the first, second and third generation based on the advancement of major technologies. Today, LG Display will introduce the history of TV display’s innovation using an infographic.
Transforming from the standard rectangular TV to innovative non-rectangular displays
When it comes to a ‘display’, people generally think of rectangular-shaped TV or monitor, but LG Display took a groundbreaking step by presenting a new display with innovative design. Today LG Display’s newsroom will introduce these circular displays recently showcased by LG Display
TFT-LCD Production Process Explained
Ever wondered how the TV and monitor displays you use every day work? The TFT-LCD manufacturing process consists of a set of processes for producing TFT, color filtering, cell, module and others. LG Display Newsroom gives a detailed, but easy to follow explanation of the entire steps below.
Major Trend LCD vs. Future Generation OLED: In-Depth Comparison
If you have visited a home electronics store to purchase a TV, you probably have heard the terms ‘LCD’ and ‘OLED’. LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) is the major trend in today’s TV market, while OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) is defined as the next generation display with infinite possibilities of growth. Today in LG Display newsroom, we will walk you through the details of LCD, the best existing display, and OLED, the ultimate display of the future.
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LG Display, the world’s leading innovator of display technologies, announced today that it has developed a 5.3-inch Full HD LCD panel for smartphones with the world’s narrowest bezel at 0.7mm. With this cutting-edge display, LG Display continues to lead the market in high-resolution large-size displays for mobile devices. “With the growing trend for large screen …

Nowadays, more than 96 percent of Korean people have at least 1 TV at home. Therefore, TV has become one of the most close and familiar devices to us. TV display’s evolution can be classified by generation into the first, second and third generation based on the advancement of major technologies. Today, LG Display will …

Written by Lee, Jong-keun, research fellow (lee.jongkeun@lgeri.com) and Jeong, Jae-hoon, senior researcher (j.jeong@lgeri.com) at LG Economic Research Institute   It is forecasted that the wearable device market will start expanding full force in 2014. In the previous posts of the series (see the agenda below), the different characteristics of the wearable device market from the …