Google Released A 1443 PPI 4.3 120Hz VR AMOLED Display

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Google Released A 1443 PPI 4.3 120Hz VR AMOLED Display

 In May 2017,Google said it has cooperated with “One of the leading OLED makers” to design a high-end VR display. Now Google is planed to present this display in May at SID 2018.

 The new Google-designed 1443 PPI 4.3″ 120Hz VR AMOLED display with refresh rate of 120Hz is regarded as the the highest-density VR OLED ever-not including OLED microdisplay.

Who is the partner of Google 443 PPI 4.3″ 120Hz VR AMOLED display? Samsung of LG display?

 In May 2016, Samsung publicly demonstrated 5.5″ 806 PPI OLEDs, and were able to produce a 1,200 PPI AMOLED in March 2017. Actually SDC’s current OLED in actual production reach only 600 PPI.Samsung maybe is now using the system with PPI of 1500.

 Google has already used LGD’s displays in its Pixel 2 XL smartphone, and in 2017 it was reported that Google wants to invest $872 million in LG Display. In March 2017 LG Electronics announced that it is developing a new VR headset that uses dual 3.64″ 1440×1280 (529 PPI) 90Hz OLED displays with much lower densities than what Google is demonstrating now.

 A report from 2016 claimed that LGD is looking into a dedicated OLED-on-silicon production line for VR microdisplays.

 Green Guardee specialize in R&D, MP of OLED materials,  Our advantage products including the similar related compounds.

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