LG Confirms All New OLED TV Panels Currently Produced With OLED EX Technology

LG Display said that it confirmed that the company has completely switched to the new OLED.

According to FlatpanelsHD, all new OLED TV panels produced by LG since the end of the second quarter of 2022 have adopted the new OLED.EX technology, including the two factories in Paju, South Korea, and Guangzhou, China.

The name OLED EX comes from the words Evolution and experience. This technology is different from traditional OLED technology. It adds a deuterium compound to the substrate, combined with a personalized algorithm to make the light-emitting diode emit brighter light, which also makes up for the disadvantage of OLED compared to mini LED.

Compared with traditional OLED panels, LG uses this high-efficiency organic light-emitting diode to convert hydrogen in organic light-emitting elements into stable deuterium for the first time and apply it to OLED EX, combined with personalized algorithms to enhance the stability and efficiency of organic light-emitting diodes. efficiency, thereby improving overall display performance and effectiveness.

The OLED screen has millions of pixels that emit light independently without the need for a separate backlight, allowing OLED EX to achieve perfect blacks, rich and accurate color performance, and extremely fast response times.

The display panels are all in stock, so that doesn’t mean that all TVs currently on the market that use LG’s OLED panels are OLED EX screens.

There are currently more than 20 brands purchasing OLED TV panels from LG Display, including LG Electronics, Hisense, Sony, Panasonic, Philips and Vizio. However, only some manufacturers marked the slogan of "OLED EX". It is reported that Philips launched the OLED807 with OLED.EX technology as early as the beginning of this year.

If nothing else, the OLED EX panel provided by LG Display will be used in OLED TVs of all brands except Samsung in the near future. Because Samsung has its own alternatives, such as Samsung S95B and Sony A95K, which use Samsung's QD-OLED panel, which is not bad compared to LG's WOLED (EX) panel.

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