What is OLED Display?

The oled screen refers to a screen made of organic light-emitting diodes, which does not require a backlight, and uses a very thin organic material coating and a glass substrate (or flexible organic substrate); OLED display screens can be made lighter and thinner, and the viewing angle Larger, and can significantly save power consumption.

What are the differences between TFT LCD and OLED display?

1. The OLED screen relies on its own light to display images, does not need a backlight, is not affected by the surrounding light, and generally has a lifespan of about 5,000 times.
2. The TFT screen is an active-matrix liquid crystal, which requires the brightness of the backlight to display images, which will be affected by the surrounding light. The general lifespan is about 20,000 times.
3. OLED (Organic Light Emitting Display) is fundamentally different from traditional LCD display methods, that is, it does not require a backlight source. It uses very thin organic material coatings and glass substrates. When current passes, these organic materials will glow.
4. The biggest difference between OLED screens and TFT screens is that OLED true color screens have relatively high screen contrast and fuller color reproduction, and OLED true color screens are better than TFT screens in terms of backlighting and brightness.
Then, OLED displays can be made lighter, thinner, have a wider viewing angle, and can greatly save power.