Samsung and LG are going to present their latest products at the trade exhibition SID Display Week 2016, which will end on 27 May. As expected, OLED-displays companies will be the main focus of Event, and both giants will demonstrate a variety of technologies, ranging from curved panels and folding and ending screens for VR-headsets and automotive industries.
Samsung and LG perfected the technology of OLED-displays for years, and Samsung is known for having used its AMOLED-panel for most of its products since then, as the first AMOLED-display went into mass production.
On Samsung exhibition are going to present a new 5.7-inch AMOLED-display with a resolution of 2560 × 1440 pixels, which can be used for a future flagship phones. Samsung also present AMOLED-display with a 10 mm radius of curvature profile of 0.3 mm and a total weight of 5 grams.
With regard to the nearest rival Samsung, LG will make a greater emphasis on large panels, designed for TVs. LG will introduce 55-inch double-sided panels, curved 64-inch display and a conventional 75-inch panel, the OLED.
In addition, LG will introduce new touch screens for the mobile market, with advanced touch sensors, allowing them to be operated by users, even when they are wearing gloves.