According to the company, the panel displays ultra-definition (UD) resolution at 120 frames per second, minimizing the blurring that is sometimes experienced at 60Hz. A red/green/blue (RGB) LED backlight has been added to raise true color saturation to 150%, based on the NISC standard of 100%.
Revealed at the Society for Information Display (SID) International Symposium, Seminar and Exhibition, which runs in Los Angeles from May 18-23, Samsung said will introduce an 82-inch “e-board” with a multi-touch screen, which is destined to replace whiteboards and beam projectors. It was created using a 60Hz LCD panel with built-in UD resolution and is the largest panel of its kind with a multi-touch screen, according to the company.
Samsung will exhibit a multi-view digital information display (DID) that delivers 3D images without requiring special glasses. The company said it is confident that this display can establish a new niche market apart from other DIDs previously introduced.
A 40-inch full-HD LCD TV panel will also be showcased that operates with only two source driver ICs, instead of the normal combination of six source drivers and three gate drivers. It said this breakthrough lowers production costs and will make LCD TVs affordable to many more consumers.
The company will introduce a 15-inch LCD with a “blue phase mode,” and 2.3-inch e-paper that uses electrodes made from carbon nanotubes for enhanced “foldability.”