SAMSUNG QD-OLED TV Plans

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    More details emerge on Samsung's QD-OLED TV Plans
    Samsung Display is developing hybrid QD-OLED TV technology, and according to estimates, the company aims to begin trial production in 2019. It seems that Samsung is managing to overcome the technical challenges and the company is preparing to start production of such QD-OLED TVs in 2019.

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    Last month Digitimes updated about Samsung's plans to start installing equipment by the end of 2018 and begin trial production in H2 2019. Digitimes now posted another article, revealing more details on Samsung's plans.
     
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    Iv been reading these rumours for awhile, if true and if does what it says it does..

    Itll have the brightness and colour volume of Qled and the benifits of Oled perfect black.. They also say its burn in will be an non issue due to a single colour Oled being used, basically as a back light.

    LG could have a rival Oled format on there hands and it sounds better if you ask me. But it also could turn out to be fake news.
     
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    Why would you think it be fake news ?
    Competition would be a good thing and bring prices down on both formats when it released .
     
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    I don't think it's fake news, Iv seen a lot about this on other sites.

    But untill it's out, we won't know for sure.. But totally agree competition is good..
     
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    Samsung has to dethrone as such LG ( oled ) etc
    With all there name changes of LCD screens
    Which are getting better .......
    But they have to trump OLED and take the crown back so to speak .

    and if this tech does come through would be a huge breakthrough
    If they can combat the screen Burn etc issues and then there would be Oled monitors by the dozens and in large format as well as tv .
    The monitors would sell well .

    Id snap a QD Oled Monitor up in an instant .
     
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    If Samsung achieve this and don't go mad on pricing to truly take on LG quickly it could seriously threaten LG's whole OLED strategy. As is though it looks LG are heading to mass market production figures and short term domination if prices continue to fall.
    It'd give breathing space for microLED too to come in.
     
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    I always thought Samsung were unfairly derided for exiting the large screen OLED market in 2013, and claims that they lack the technological capability to make large screen OLED work were (and are) nonsense.
    They obviously know a lot about OLED (their small screen OLED panels are the best in the world) but clearly decided the technology isn’t right for large screens to warrant further investment in its development.
    I think this product, together with micro-LED, show that they’ve been playing the long game and will soon offer a display technology(s) that will firmly put them back on top.
     
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    I'm hoping to treat myself to a new tv for my 60th which is less than 2 years away. Although I'm currently very happy with my Pioneer plasma I do have an itch to experience 4k and inky blacks. I've been rooting for oled since they came on the market and very nearly bought a C6. Hopefully by the time I'm ready to spend my cash either OLED will have become less of a panel lottery or micro-led/QD-OLED will be viable alternatives.
     

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