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TCL CSOT launches two flexible displays at CES 2021: Redefined Standard for Portable Devices – Tech

Shenzhen, China, Jan 11, 2021 / PRNewswire / – TCL CSOT announced the launch of two ground-breaking products, a 17-inch printed OLED scrolling display and a 6.7-inch AMOLED rollable display, at CES 2021. TCL CSOT is a subsidiary of TCL Technology, which is dedicated to driving. Greater innovation in semiconductor performance.

The flexible 17-inch printed OLED scrolling display at just 0.18 mm thick is a unique example of large-scale flexible display technology. Highly scrollable and portable, it can easily fit anywhere like a scroll painting.

Benefiting from TCL CSOT’s state-of-the-art inkjet printing technology with 100% color gamut, it significantly enhances display quality. It can be widely applied in flexible TVs, curved and foldable displays and transparent commercial displays.

Its OLED RGB self-luminous devices are manufactured with high-precision inkjet printing technology without the need for fine metal masks. As a result, the cost is 20% lower than traditional display technologies and is more applicable for large-sized displays and mass production.

Printed OLED Scrolling Display-2

The portable 6.7-inch AMOLED rollable display redefines the standard look of the smartphone. With a rollable AMOLED display, it can be extended from 6.7 inches to 7.8 inches with a simple tap of the finger, transforming it from smartphone to tablet and complete with its easy-to-adapt user interface. A new user experience is created from. The smartphone is less than 10 mm thick, making it significantly thinner than a foldable smartphone.

Through the enhanced design of the smartphone’s flexible screen, the curling and sliding radius of the flexible screen can be as small as R3mm, coupled with the special sliding mechanism design. With the simple swipe of a button, the inside of the case can basically take out the curl and hidden screen, therefore enabling the phone to pull out and pull back. The sliding life of the device is up to 100,000 times. Software interfaces can be customized according to single-handed use or multi-tasking.

AMOLED rollable display

This year, the report[1] Published by Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC) has highlighted the huge potential of the display market. In its OLED Materials Market Forecast Report, DSCC forecasts that the AMOLED stack will grow from the market $ 951 million To arrive in 2019 $ 2.69 billion At a CAGR of 23% in 2024. Specifically, in another folding / rollable display shipment and technology report[2], DSCC forecasts 80% CAGR growth in foldable / rollable smartphone revenue by 2020 by 2025 $ 105 billion.

TCL CSOT focuses on the display technologies of Mini LED, Micro LED and OLED / QLED. Products range from large, small and medium display panels and touch modules, interactive white boards, video walls, automotive displays, and gaming monitors, further contributing to the progress in the global panel industry. After 11 years of development, TCL CSOT has now transitioned from playing catch-up in technologies to becoming one of the major players in the development of semiconductor display technologies.

In the future, TCL will venture further into new applications for CSOT display technologies. The company will continue to strengthen its collaboration with upstream and downstream partners in the industry by focusing on panel micro systems, new materials and key components. TCL CSOT aims to make joint efforts towards building a semiconductor performance industrial ecosystem.

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