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A Flexible OLED Display will be Launched later this year?

Samsung Electronics will launch a new mobile products that use plastic OLED screen UBP (Unbreakable / shatterproof) in electronics exhibition IFA 2013 in Berlin, Germany, in September and plans to launch this product in the fourth quarter of 2013.
According to the info of the OLED Association , Samsung Display will be using a plastic substrate with LTPS and OLED active matrix patterned RGB. Consumers are expected to be able to enjoy Samsung’s plastic screen integrated OLED-based UBP, for example to the Galaxy NOTE 3.
Compared to the glass substrate of type AMOLED, flexible screen has a thin form factor and lightweight, so it has a smaller size and greater mobility. The screen size is also expected to range from 5.5-inch to 6-inch x.
UBP OLED screens can reduce both weight and thickness significantly, compared to LCD and AMOLED substrate of glass. UBP OLED has a thickness of only 0.5 mm compared to 3.2 mm LCD with. In terms of weight, LCD 3x heavier by 160g, while the conventional OLED 2X with 100g heavier than the UBP OLED. UBP is built using the OLED encapsulation thin film and PI (polyimide) substrate glass OLED backplane while using encapsulation glass and cover glass.
According to many news sources, Samsung Display plans to produce full HD resolution with Real RGB, but if the case is plastic OLED will be integrated with, for example Galaxy NOTE 3, will occur in Q4 2013, due to previous Samsung Display will not be able to produce it in large quantities before Q4 2013. Current production lines through an extension point A2 for flexible display is not expected to reach mass production until Q3 2013, so that the production volume will be limited.
Source Bada Indonesia

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