Samsung is said to have doubts about its deal with LG Display to buy its OLED (white) TV screens. The plan is for Samsung to continue developing its own technology which they describe as “superior” to LG’s high-end displays.
Currently, Samsung is pushing ahead with its normal range of displays that are “as good as OLED” and much cheaper. Samsung officials reportedly said they believe consumers looking to invest in new large displays ahead of the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup won’t notice a difference between Samsung’s OLED and NEO QLED displays.
Samsung in the recent past was in negotiations with LG Display for the supply of OLED panels from LG and they initially wanted 2 million LG displays.
Samsung has been known to further develop its QD-OLED quantum dot displays and the industry reports that developments of its MicroLED and MiniLED options with smaller backlights (and which are used in its NEO QLED displays) are both energy efficient. and generate superior luminosity. levels.
Samsung said its QD-OLEDs with the now-mandated 4K resolution will have around 8.3 million (3840 x 2160) light sources that can be separately controlled, enabling an extremely high contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1 and delivering detailed higher image quality and better HDR response.