Sony might use 4.3" AMOLED displays in future smartphones, courtesy of AU Optronics
0. phoneArena posted on 05 Apr 2012, 09:08
We recently reported that a lot of display companies are starting to give the OLED screen technology more love, after Samsung's runaway success with it in its smartphones, tablets and TVs. Now a rumor comes along that AU Optronics, which is a pretty large display manufacturer, has started shipping 4.3" panels with its AMOLED technology to Sony for alleged usage in future smartphones from the Japanese...
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1. PhoneArenaUser posted on 05 Apr 2012, 09:26 3 0
Good news, but better news was if someone improved organic compounds which are used in OLED to improve lifetime and avoid burn-in effect on OLED based displays. OLED technology is really great, but those two disadvantages just sucks...
2. pkiran1996 posted on 05 Apr 2012, 10:24 7 0
That's going to give Samsung a lot more competition as the SuperAMOLED+ technology in the Galaxy S2 was one of it's unique selling points.
3. PackMan posted on 05 Apr 2012, 14:49 0 7
I just heard that some people were jailed for selling Samungs's Oled tech to rival companies, maybe this is it ha ha .
4. belovedson posted on 05 Apr 2012, 16:10 4 1
i remember the auo and lg screens on the dell. this was years ago and lg was always better
5. BattleBrat posted on 06 Apr 2012, 03:20 3 0
Hmmm Sony's Walkman X series had OLED screens, and this was a few years ago, (they were discontinued 9-12 months ago) rich vibrant colors too, I wish they would make a phone based off the Walkman X series, it would match an iPhone in premium feel. (The walkman X had a Magnesium frame which was also the bezel, a glass screen, and an acrylic/plastic back, which is what i feel the iPhone 4 should of had...)