Nanomaterials and quantum dot scientist and consultant, Pete Palomaki and co-author Matthew Bertram explain how different display nanotechnologies work in their latest blog post.Read More
During the end of August this year, RTings analysts have begun a burn-in test on 3 different TV panels. The tested subjects were the OLED LG B6, the VA Samsung KU6300 and the IPS LG UJ6300. It was a side by side comparison where the TV was playing a 5.5-hour loop for 20 hours a day with the RTings logo projected on the corners. As you can see on their pictures and test results, in just two weeks, the OLED LG B6 was already showing mild permanent image retention on some of the colors and by week five, the OLED's burn in issue has become apparent.Read More
Quantum Dot display is said to be the next generation display technology which offers a lot of improvements over the traditional OLED displays. This particular technology has been in the market for some years now and many existing manufacturers have already considered integrating these displays onto their devices. However, several challenges like high cost and production constraints have prevented these manufacturers from mass producing QD displays.
But it seems like these challenges have been overcome as the source states that LG as well as Samsung is planning to mass produce Quantum Dot displays in the second half of 2014. So, these displays could easily end up on the next flagship models from the company scheduled to release next year.Read More