What isQD-OLED

QD-OLED (Quantum Dot Organic Light Emitting Diode) is a cutting-edge display technology that uses quantum dots to produce accurate and vivid colours for screen displays. Unlike traditional OLED screens, QD-OLED technology allows the colour to be produced by the energy emitted from the blue subpixel backlight that strikes the red and green quantum dot subpixels.

QD-OLED is a game changer in display screen technology as it reduces the manufacturing cost and has much fewer layers. It also provides more accurate colours and deeper blacks than conventional OLED screens. Manufacturers benefit from a streamlined, more cost-effective production process, which means QD-OLED screens will eventually become more affordable for consumers.


What are quantum dots?

Quantum dots are tiny light-emitting particles that generate various colours when they absorb energy. They are used to match particular colours on a display screen, resulting in more accurate and vivid colours than standard OLEDs.

How is QD-OLED different from conventional OLED screens?

QD-OLED reduces manufacturing costs, has fewer layers and provides more precise colours and deeper blacks. It does not require filters, and the quantum dots themselves emit light.

What are the benefits of QD-OLED technology in screen displays?

QD-OLED technology creates more accurate and vivid colour, reduces manufacturing costs and provides deeper blacks than traditional OLED screens. It has a streamlined production process, which means it will eventually become more affordable for consumers.

QD-OLED technology is rapidly advancing and will continue to revolutionize display screens in the future. As the manufacturing process advances, consumers can expect to see more affordable, high-quality screens with superb colour accuracy, deeper blacks, and brighter contrast.

Experience the stunning picture quality of QD-OLED display technology.

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