LCD Application

Technical differences and application scenarios of micro OLED and micro LED

Writer: adminRelease Time: 2022-08-27 14:01Browse: 260

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Micro LEDs will bring a new technological breakthrough, and their use is not only limited to backlighting, as the grains of Micro LEDs are of an indistinguishable grade to the naked eye, and can directly combine the R, G and B primary colours into a single pixel, turning it into the concept of “one pixel”. The new technology will bring a new revolution to the LCD industry.

▲ The technology is different from the light-emitting structure of previous LCD screens and will bring a new revolution to the LCD industry.

In addition to creating a whole new scenario for the LCD industry, the future of Micro LED has a wide range of applications, including AR/VR devices, automotive screens, and high-resolution wearable products. However, Micro LED technology has many difficulties to be solved, from the early epitaxial technology bottleneck, Mass Transfer yield, packaging testing problems, to the subsequent inspection and maintenance are all great challenges, affecting whether Micro LED can be mass-produced.

Micro OLED

Micro OLED has been the talk of the town this year as Apple has approached TSMC to collaborate on the development of Micro OLED panels, the most important feature of Micro OLED is that unlike traditional LCD or OLED for TVs and high-end mobile phones where the screen is built on a glass substrate, it is directly mounted on a wafer.

Micro OLED uses a single silicon wafer as the backplane, which has the advantages of making the display thinner, lighter and shorter, consuming less power, self-luminous and high luminous efficiency, especially suitable for AR, VR and other display wearable devices.