After several years in them סמסונג Relied on them almost alone in the shadow of claims of excessive price and reliability problems, the technology that allows us to get almost infinite contrast is in the safe way up
What do you prefer on your smartphone, screen AMOLED Bright, saturated and semi-flexible or theIPS The good old one with a more realistic color gamut and impressive contrast? If you choose the first option, it turns out that you are part of a rapidly evolving trend - which could bring about a real upheaval in the smart device market in about three years, based on the latest estimates from the experts in the field.
In the report Of the site digitimes quotes an evaluation carried out by DSCC (Research Supply Chain Consultants), which specializes in the world of display media - whereby up to 2019 the number of screensOLED That will reach the various manufacturers in the market will be about 1.37 billion units (!), And the following year will also overshadow the amount of LCD screens sold in the same category for the first time in history.
This is very encouraging news first and foremost for סמסונג, Which pioneered the commercial application of technology from 2010, on the days when there were still many complaints about the quality of the display of the -OLED, Its lifespan, its technical limitations (such as the possibility of burning a picture that is shown for a long time), and especially the high price tag. Since then, and until now,OLED Successfully proved that they do not fall out of the LCD display with reliability, quality or efficiency - with the increasing popularity also resulting in significant price and availability gaps, and we even discovered a new world of interesting capabilities because of their ability to be based on a flexible plastics substrate instead of a hard glass substrate.
The market research company expects not only a big jump in the demand and popularity of the various OLED screens סמסונג (Under the renowned brand Super AMOLED) and those of competition (such as LG או Foxconn(Sharp), but also a surge in domain revenue, from $ 23 billion this year to over 60 billion in 2022 - nearly 3 in just five years.
Will this popularity allow this cool technology to finally invade other areas, such as the world of home computer screens and the world of mobile computers (beyond the unique and ultra-luxury models that have already had the opportunity to profit from it)? We'll probably soon find out.