LG says next-generation OLED EX technology conveys further developed brilliance and precision
LG is the creator of a portion of our beloved OLED TVs, so when the organization says it’s enhanced its essential panel technology, it merits focusing. Today it did exactly that, with LG Display declaring its next-generation OLED technology — named OLED EX — which the organization says will expand brilliance by up to 30 percent, support picture accuracy, and consider more modest bezels in completed products.
These enhancements are because of two key changes. The first is the use of an element known as deuterium in the chemical make-up of LG’s OLED panels, and the second is the fuse of algorithmic image processing. LG says the last option will anticipate the utilization of every individual light emitting diode in your TV dependent on your personal viewing habits to “precisely [control] the display’s energy input to more accurately express the details and colors of the video content being played.”
This generally sounds great, yet we’ll need to delay until we see these new panels face to face to genuinely decide whether OLED EX is a huge improvement or simply a gradual development with some enthusiastic branding. (On that note, LG supportively clarifies that the “EX” in OLED EX comes from the words “evolution” and “experience.” Very ’90s.)
LG’s cases about diminished bezel sizes with OLED EX are somewhat more concrete in any event. The organization says that dependent on calculations including a 65-inch OLED display, it will actually want to decrease bezel thickness from 6mm to 4mm. It’s anything but an enormous change on paper, yet considering how streamlined this technology as of now is, each and every improvement must be battled for.
LG says it intends to begin consolidating OLED EX technology into all its OLED boards beginning in the second quarter of 2022, however it’s not satisfactory how much longer it may then take for this technology to arrive at shoppers. As well as further developing its OLED tech, LG has additionally been playing for certain wilder concepts at the current year’s CES conference, flaunting new transparent displays as well as reclining, curved OLED thrones.