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microled vs. oled: the differences explained
It only appeared on the show site for a few years but cut
Edge technology entered the consumer level in the form of Samsung 2018 at CES 146
The company calls it an inch micro-TV with a \"wall.
\"The new TV was immediately brought to the attention due to its huge size, but dig deeper and it\'s clear that it\'s not just another big TV for early users.
This is a lens on the OLED bow, and it is likely to be an OLED killer in the long run.
Let\'s discuss it.
Discuss why it will become the TV technology of the future.
To understand why MicroLED is so important, we need to get a quick look at modern TV technology
Day TV work: currently, what we are talking about is the led TV is actually the LCD panel with a bunch of LED lights behind it.
The LCD screen can\'t shine on its own, so in order to get a picture it is necessary to shine behind them.
The reason why OLED TVs are so well received is that OLED panels are what we call \"launch Display\" technology.
Each pixel on the OLED screen has its own light
No backlight required.
The advantages of a launch display like OLED are perfect black level, excellent color and proximityperfect off-angle viewing —
In short, OLED is excellent in everything but LCD/led TV.
What are the disadvantages of OLED?
Because they are made of organic compounds, the manufacturing costs are high and the brightness is limited and may be burned
In the most painful viewing scene.
One of the exciting things about Microshibley/Digital trend Micro led is that it\'s also a launch display, but unlike OLED, it doesn\'t rely on organic compounds to shine.
In theory, the mini led display should provide perfect black, excellent color and proximityperfect off-
View like OLED, but they should also be brighter, very slim and not burn
Manufacturing costs are lower than OLED in the long run.
Samsung\'s MicroLED TV, in addition to its excellent screen performance, is also based on a modular system that allows users to customize screen sizes and has the potential to grow in the future.
Because it\'s a brand-
New technology, Samsung is only in a huge, 146-inch package.
But, like new innovations, technology in television will gradually penetrate into smaller, cheaper TVs in the next few years.
Samsung is not the only company that focuses on micro-shrinking technology.
In 2017, it was reported that Apple was using the technology to try its own display, but the company seemed to have a completely different use case.
Recent reports suggest that Apple plans to use micro-screens, such as screens inside the iphone, and perhaps even Apple Watches, rather than large monitors.
While the company has not confirmed this yet, the source said Apple has produced a prototype watch with a micro led display and we can see models using the technology on sale in a few years
When can we get it?
Although the micro-led sounds great in theory, it remains to be seen whether it can compete with OLED in practice.
Of course, most of our first impressions of picture quality are positive.
As you can see in the video above, the picture quality is very impressive with deep black, super
Bright colors and excellent off-
The viewing of the angle is exactly what we expected.
However, take a closer look and you can see that Samsung\'s miniature led prototype needs to do some work before it is ready for prime time.
Each panel is clearly visible when the picture is darkened-
People are not willing to accept it.
Can Samsung extend the miniature led to 55-inch and 65-
Inch screen size, which can be smooth soon, has benefited a lot from LG\'s current share of high-end TV sales with OLED.
However, we may not have to wait too long to find out.
On July 2018, Han Rong, president of Samsung\'s visual display business-
Hee hee, said the company will start on a large scale
The mini led display screen was produced in September 2018 and will start selling micro led TVs for the home luxury market in 2019.
FlatPanelsHD also said in a September 2018 report that Samsung may be working on a 75-
Display inch displays on CES 2019, so it is likely that the company is working on the issues we mentioned above, however, we are not sure until we see these updated panels ourselves.
As the story continues to unfold, it is expected that more micro-led reports on digital trends will be seen in the future.