OLEDoS (OLED on Silicon) basically defines as a display panel that measures a diagonal length of less than 1 inch and meets the 3000 PPI-4000 PPI resolution criteria of AR/VR device displays.
Now a new report claimed that Samsung is expected to first review the Imagine method of an American company to develop ‘RGB’ Oledos technology.
For a short time period, the company is looking to develop ‘WOLED+CF’ Oledos but to make ‘RGB’ Oledos for the long term.
What is WOLED+CF?
For your information, in Oledos technology, the WOLED+CF method using white (W) OLED and color filter (CF) is being developed first, led by Sony.
Sony plans to deliver this type of Orledos to Apple’s first mixed reality (MR) device, which is scheduled to be released next year. Like Sony and LG Display, Samsung Display plans to develop WOLED+CF type Oledos right away.
Earlier it supports only 1920×1200 resolution and a pixel density of 2645 PPI (Pixels Per Inch). The maximum luminance is 10,000 nits or more.
Meanwhile, OLEDoS is getting high market entries. The cost of production of the semiconductor substrate remains high even as the related value chain is yet to be completely formed. If everything goes according to plan, then the share of OLEDoS to nearly one-third of the market by 2025.