New LG "EX" panels in 2022

CliffordinWales

Active Member
Someone posted the LG Display press release in another thread. It seems like the main element of the EX panel is the replacement of hydrogen by deuterium... but Vincent Teoh said in a YouTube video a while back that the Evo panel involves the replacement of hydrogen by deuterium. So how does the EX panel improve on Evo?
 

Goldorak

Distinguished Member
Caption: here they go again!!!
Évolution ?!!! Let’s hope it is a proper one this time and not just a marketing repackaging of evo to fight qantum Oled !!!
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Goldorak

Distinguished Member

The more I read it and the the more it looks like an evo rollout for everybody…with better brightness algorithm boosting….
Not complaining but hope qantum oled is more promising in term of color saturation especially…boosting brightness is not good news for me on woled white pixels. wait and see
 
but Vincent Teoh said in a YouTube video a while back that the Evo panel involves the replacement of hydrogen by deuterium...
Eh??? Deuterium is an isotope of hydrogen, consisting of one proton and one neutron ;)
 

CliffordinWales

Active Member
Eh??? Deuterium is an isotope of hydrogen, consisting of one proton and one neutron ;)
This is what LG Display says:

"LG Display has successfully converted the hydrogen elements present in organic light emitting elements into stable deuterium and managed to apply the compounds to OLED EX for the first time."

 
That statement makes a more sense.

Who knows... Next year they'll try tritium along with deuterium and create a TV which can power itself 😲
 

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