Samsung Display's new QD-OLED panel will probably be the new king in the kingdom of TV screens. According to a press release from Samsung the new standard for next-generation TV picture quality, QD (Quantum Dot)-Display, was certified by SGS, a world-leading certification company.
The new panel is capable of reaching a brightness of 1,000 nits and can display over 90 percent of the BT.2020 color space. These are both significant improvements compared to the current OLED TVs on the market.
This new TV panel can display the same picture quality in light and dark conditions. The color gamut is accurate and sharper compared to the OLED technology based on the YouTuber's review. The QD-OLED panel features improved saturation which produces eye-popping colors. The OLED panel colors are "drab" in comparison.
QD-OLED's employ only blue emitters as their light source. This blue light then passes through quantum dots that changes the color to red and green. However, in OLED panels this is done using a color filter. The absence of a color filter in the QD-OLED panel brings greater light energy efficiency as light is not lost to color filters. This mechanism contributes towards more brightness to the screen.
The absence of a color filter also causes the display to remain the same even at extreme viewing angles. According to Samsung Display, “Typically, there are differences in color or luminance depending on your viewing position since light travels in straight lines. With quantum dots’ optical properties and ability to disperse light widely like a dome shape, QD-Displays reduce image quality degradation, so you can enjoy content as if you are sitting front and center at any angle.”
Samsung Display’s New QD-OLED Panel is already in mass production. It probably will feature on the tech giant's next-generation TVs and gaming monitors.
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