To put it simply, quantum dot screen QLED is a hybrid of LCD and OLED. It mainly uses blue LED light source to illuminate quantum dots to stimulate red and green light. Not only is the color gamut wider than OLED, but the screen brightness is also higher than that of OLED. OLED is 30% to 40% more, while power consumption can be reduced by 30% to 50% compared to OLED. Quantum dot screen QLED (Quantum Dot LED) can make a qualitative breakthrough in the screen. According to media reports, Samsung and LG have begun to prepare for mass production of QLED screens in the second half of this year, and the characteristics of high brightness and low power consumption of QLED screens are used in smartphones. It seems like a perfect fit for mobile phones, tablets and other devices.
In fact, quantum dot technology is not a new thing now. Sony's TRILUMINOS primary color display technology is the result of using quantum dot technology, and Samsung and LG have also invested in the research and development of related technologies three or four years ago. If the mass production of the quantum dot screen QLED of these two manufacturers goes well, there may be a chance to see the release of a new mobile phone using the quantum dot screen QLED within this year.
The above information is provided by Shenzhen Xinhongtai Electronic Technology Co., Ltd., a manufacturer of Shenzhen LCM, Shenzhen LCD, LCD module, Shenzhen COG, and Shenzhen OLED display.