When will we see Apples first device with an OLED? Check out our exclusively interview with the managing director of the OLED-Association.
Hofstetten/Austria (PRWEB) February 14, 2011
OLED-display.net presents the most interesting innovations from the Mobile World Congress MWC 2011 in Barcelona. The leading online portal for OLED - the display and lighting technology of the future - will be live on-site every day from 13 to 16 February reporting on the latest smartphones with OLED Displays. prototypes. We show exclusive the first pictures and videos from the new Samsung Galaxy S2 smartphone with a Super-Amoled-Plus Display.
This year, the exhibitors at the Mobile World congress present an especially large range of new smartphones with OLED Displays. Samsung introduce the new flagship the Samsung Galaxy S2 with Super-Amoled Plus. Erich Strasser: "The Super-Amoled-Plus has 50 percent more sub-pixels than a standard Amoled Display. Super Amoled Plus brings smoother graphics and better text to large screen mobile devices."
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Interview with the managing director of OLED-Association:
In an exclusive interview for Oled-Display.net Barry Young the managing director of the OLED-Association spoke about the near future of OLED Displays and the truth about the power consumption from AMOLED panels against LCD-Panels. Also we got some information when Apple introduce the first product with an organic light emitting diode Display.
With over 250,000 visits each month, OLED-display.net is one of the leading portals for information on future OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) display and lighting technology. Since 2004, the platform has provided information on new products, technologies and trends in the OLED sector from its headquarters in Hofstetten/Austria. Austrian Erich Strasser is the founder, publisher and editor-in-chief of OLED-display.net and has close ties with leading OLED manufacturers and often receives exclusive information first-hand
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