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Japan Display develops 5.2-inch Full-HD OLED Display


Japan Display has developed a high pixel density 5.2-inch full HD OLED prototype display. Japan Display accomplished the development of a Full-HD high-resolution (423ppi) display by successfully integrating high-resolution LTPS backplane, white OLED, and display driving technologies. JDI’s efforts have resulted in direct view OLED display, by implementing a white OLED and using a true Full-HD RGBW sub-pixel arrangement to achieve a high quality display with real Full-HD resolution. Full-HD resolution is becoming the mainstream mobile display resolution in mobile devices, such as smartphones.

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Japan Display has also decided to invest in a pilot OLED display manufacturing line in its Ishikawa Plant in Ishikawa, Japan. Japan Display will begin to set up OLED manufacturing equipment toward the end of 2013 and expects to commence small-quantity mass-production operation in the spring of 2014. The OLED prototype will be demonstrated in JDI’s booth #520 on May 21 to 23, 2013, during The Society for Information Display (SID) Display Week 2013 international symposium, seminar & exhibition in Vancouver, Canada.

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