What isOLED layers

Organic LED or OLED technology is a groundbreaking innovation in display screens and interior illumination. With a history, overview and numerous applications find out why OLED has been the buzzword of recent times. Initially used in mobile phones and MP3 players, passive matrix OLEDs were followed by active matrix OLEDs in the late 2000s. OLED technology is comparable to LED and LCD displays.

Spectacular Technology: OLED TV panels are super slim, measuring only 3/16″ in thickness due to their 12 layers of transistors, emissive materials, and color filters which cannot be seen with the naked eye. Considering that they are 1/200th the thickness of human hair, it’s truly a spectacular technology.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is OLED technology?

Organic LED or OLED technology is a type of display screen and interior illumination that has 12 layers of transistors, emissive materials, & color filters, which are 1/200th the thickness of a human hair.

Where is OLED technology used?

OLED technology is used in mobile phones, MP3 players, OLED TVs and lighting fixtures.

Upgrade to OLED technology for your display screen and interior illumination needs and experience a world of difference.

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