Move On From LED. Its Time For AMOLED

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What is AMOLED display? Which current devices use AMOLED display?

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Move On From LED. Its Time For AMOLED

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AMOLED, short for active matrix organic LED is new display technology that is now widely in use. An OLED is a light-emitting diode in which the layer that emits Light upon the passage of electricity is made up of a thin film of organic substances.

Illustration of an AMOLED

A typical AMOLED contains 1. Cathode,2. Emissive Layer,3. Conductive Layer and 4. Anode in hierarchy.

AMOLED display is now in use in many smartphones, laptops, TV sets and also smartwatches. Some digital cameras also contain AMOLED display.

Enhanced image of AMOLED screen in Google Nexus One

AMOLED display technology has been making significant developments towards economic usage of power, low cost and also large-sized screens.

Some of the commercial devices in market that use AMOLED display include smartphones such as Motorola Moto X, Moto X(2nd Generation), Google Nexus One, Nexus 6 and Nexus 6P and OnePlus X.

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Move On From LED. Its Time For AMOLED

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The term “AMOLED” stands for “Active-Matrix Organic Light-Emitting Diode” or sometimes just “Active-Matrix OLED”. It is a type of display device technology that is currently being used in smartwatches, mobile devices, laptops, and TVs. It is a screen technology based on pixels composed of tiny red, blue, and green organic material-based light emitting diodes or OLEDs.

Active matrix means a thin film transistor system where individual pixel luminesces on activation and the screen is drawn all at once every time it refreshes. An active matrix display provides a more responsive image at a wider range of viewing angle than dual scan display or passive matrix. Because the three colors in the pixels are light, the screen doesn’t have to be backlit.

This technology also allows the blackest possible black for a higher contrast ratio with an equal brightness. Their built makes AMOLED screens lighter and thinner while at the same time being much more durable.

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