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The electroluminescent organic semiconductor is placed onto a flexible plastic substrate like polyethylene terephthalate (PET) as opposed to glass in the POLED, or Plastic Light Emitting Diode, display technology.
The display panel may be twisted, folded, or rolled up without breaking thanks to the use of more pliable plastic rather than glass.
These are also important factors to take into account at a time when the majority of OEMs are looking to lower costs to enhance their margins.
The use of plastic also enables these panels to be thinner and less expensive to manufacture than normal OLED displays.
Rollable or bendable displays, which are predicted to become standard on smartphones and other personal electronics in the next ten years, may be made using plastic OLEDs.
POLED is more robust and thinner than LCD. Additionally, the materials used in POLED and OLED screens differ slightly.
OLEDs are made of glass, while POLEDs are made of glass plus plastic. In comparison to OLED, POLED is more flexible, lighter, and thinner. It also has a longer lifespan, higher level of drop resistance, and more flexible plasticity.
The Global POLED Panel Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The Moto Edge 30’s Indian release date has been set. A pOLED display will be included with the Moto Edge 30 model.
This device was just released on the global market a few days ago, and it is now prepared to enter India, which is renowned as the market with the highest level of competition worldwide.
In addition to consolidating its LCD business into a more competitive market and market segment, LGD announced that it will eventually grow its OLED and mobile POLED (Plastic OLED) businesses.
LGD intends to decrease home output in response to demand while enhancing their competitiveness abroad.
The mass manufacturing of LGD’s POLED panels for smartphones has already started, and this year the business wants to improve the POLED production system.
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