Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) is also called organic electric laser display and organic light-emitting semiconductor. It was discovered in the laboratory by Chinese-American professor Ching W. Tang in 1979. OLED display technology has the advantages of self-luminous, wide viewing angle, almost infinitely high contrast, low power consumption, extremely high response speed and so on. However, as a high-end display, the price will also be more expensive than LCD TVs.
Organic light-emitting diode (OLED) is a display technology developed and patented by Kodak. This technology uses organic polymer materials as semiconductor materials in light-emitting diodes.
OLED display technology is widely used in mobile phones, digital video cameras, DVD players, personal digital assistants (PDAs), notebook computers, car stereos and televisions. OLED displays are thin and light because they do not use a backlight. The OLED display also has a wide-screen viewing angle of up to 170 degrees, and its operating voltage is two to ten volts (volts, represented by V).
New OLED-based technologies include flexible organic light-emitting display technology (Flexible OLED, FOLED). This technology may make highly portable and foldable display technology possible in the future.