A promotional image of Sony's 4K Bravia XR A95K TV (Sony)
Samsung Display, the display panel maker arm of Samsung Electronics, said Monday its latest quantum-dot organic light emitting diode display technology was certified by evaluation services provider SGS.
The QD-OLED, touted as the technology to support next-generation TV picture quality, had received three certifications for True Color Tones, Pure RGB Luminance and Ultrawide Viewing Angle upon performance testing by the Switzerland-based SGS.
Samsung Display said in a statement the certifications support its assertion that the flat screen panel accurately portrays natural color tones with a clear, bright screen at any viewing angle.
This comes a week after Sony announced at the Consumer Electronics Show 2022 that its new 4K-resolution Bravia XR A95K TV for consumers will become the world’s first to use Samsung Display‘s QD-OLED panel technology.
Samsung at CES 2022 also unveiled plans to launch 65- and 55-inch display panels for QD-OLED TVs and 34-inch monitor panels will be released within the next six months.
QD-OLED panels are a groundbreaking display technology that will compete with rival LG, which has honed its OLED display technology for over a decade.
Among Samsung’s range of premium panels -- along with micro LED and Neo QLED -- the QD-OLED aims to use blue light-luminescent panel to create light and quantum dots to convert some of its colors into red and green in order to boost color and brightness compared to LG‘s OLED panels.
By Son Ji-hyoung (firstname.lastname@example.org