Samsung to showcase the world’s thinnest touch sensor-integrated AMOLED panel at SID 2012

Samsung Mobile Display is ready to showcase the world thinnest touch sensor integrated AMOLED panel at SID-2012.

The 4.8 inch touch sensor integrated panel is only 1.92 mm thick. This is 32 percent thinner than most LCDs uses OCTA (On Cell TSP AMOLED) panel technology to provide highly attractive alternative for mobile devices requiring an exceptionally slim design and high visibility.
SMD will open several of its leading mobile OLED solutions to the public at the SID event — each featuring high resolution and low power consumption.

The korean company shows also a collection of about 20 display technologies includes the world’s first and largest (55-inch) 3D OLED TV panel, and several highly advanced mobile solutions.
Samsung Mobile Display’s 55-inch 3D OLED TV panel offers a novel ‘dual view’ feature that allows customers to view two separate FHD (1920 x 1080) images simultaneously on a single TV screen by simply touching the function control on the accompanying shutter glasses with earphones.
At the same time and in the same booth, Samsung Display will be showcasing tablet and IT solutions featuring high resolution, wide viewing angle and low power consumption, including a 10.1-inch WQXGA LCD panel for tablets, a 11.6-inch HD 16:9 LCD panel for tablets, a 13.3-inch HD Ultrabook(TM) LCD panel for notebooks (laptops) and a 27-inch QHD PLS (Plane to Line Switching) LCD panel for monitors.

Further, Samsung Display will be showcasing four leading-edge LCD panels for use as mobile, notebook and monitor displays. These include a high transmittance, high brightness 10.1-inch display with WQXGA (2,560×1,600) resolution, and Samsung’s first 16:9 PLS LCD panel. Also being showcased are a 13.3-inch HD LCD panel developed for slim, premium notebooks using Intel’s Ultrabook format, and a 27-inch QHD (2,650 x 1,440) PLS monitor panel that presents a high quality image with 99 percent of the Adobe RGB color space, free from the need for high-priced sensors and controllers.


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