Credit: Byoung Lyong Choi, Samsung Electronics
Samsung’s four-inch diagonal display is controlled using an active matrix, which means each of its color quantum-dot pixels is turned on and off with a thin-film transistor.
Tae Ho Kim from Samsung says that QLEDs Display would consume a fifth to a tenth of the power of LCDs.
They promise to be brighter and longer-lasting than OLEDs. What’s more, they could be manufactured for less than half of what it costs to make LCD or OLED screens.