What Is A Oled Display.Which one is better? Recently we have done a lot of display and TV content, this is because this year is indeed a display industry reshuffle time.
On the one hand, the decline of ordinary LCD panels has led to a decline in the price of products in the whole market; on the other hand, the rise of Mini LED and OLED in the TV industry and display industry also makes more people begin to pay attention to the high-end display devices. From the point of view of the products we have used, OLED products, whether in monitors or TV products, still have incomparable advantages in picture quality, especially for the growing Mini LED devices, in addition to the peak brightness, there is still a significant gap compared with OLED.
This year is the OLED display in the market completely high-end node, in the past, because the choice is limited, so users with large screen high-definition demand, all directly buy LG 48-inch TV as a monitor to use. But LG’s 48-inch TV is designed for TV users after all, and many places are not suitable for real monitors, such as no DP interface, colors and functions that do not meet the display specifications. However, there has been a marked increase in the number of OLED displays this year. Samsung, aliens, Asustek, LG, gigabyte, Philips and other manufacturers have all launched serious OLED displays, while domestic monitors like KTC also have 42-inch and 48-inch displays.
The OLED displays from these manufacturers range from 27 inches to 48 inches, ranging from normal proportions to curved screens with fish, for gamers and for designers. So in our view, all kinds of users can buy OLED displays that meet their needs as long as they are willing to spend money. Of course, some of these OLED displays seem to have the same parameters and shape, but the price difference is not small, so this time we will review the mainstream OLED displays on the market to see what kind of users they are suitable for.
At present, 42-inch and 48-inch OLED displays, no matter what manufacturer’s products, all use LG panels, and basically use OLED EVO panels, but some manufacturers use last year’s panels, while others use this year’s panels. Some users think that this year’s panel will be better, this is not necessarily, because early this year LG 42 inches and 48 inches are not OLED EX technology, can not enhance the peak brightness, so from this point of view, as long as the OLED EVO panel can, last year or this year’s panel is actually not so important, of course, we should also consider the refresh rate.