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Samsung Display announced earlier today that its recently-developed, unbreakable smartphone panel has just been officially verified by UL (Underwriters Laboratories).
Samsung Display said that in addition to being used on smartphones, the newly developed display is expected to find viable markets with other electronic products such as display consoles for automobiles, mobile military devices, portable game consoles and tablet PCs for e-learning.
Samsung Display developed the flexible OLED panel with an unbreakable substrate and an overlay window securely adhered to it.
Current-generation flexible display products attach a glass-covered window to their display that often breaks when severely impacted.
AMOLED displays are designed for consumers not only because of their breathtaking appearance, but also because of they are one of the safest display technologies ever developed.
Experts tell us that the human eye typically will perceive about 80% of the information that reaches our visual sensory system. This means that digital displays are very significant, both in the long run and in our day-to-day activities.
As important as a digital display is in daily communications, we should also be aware that digital displays emit ‘blue light’ that has the potential to harm our eyes.
This is especially important with smartphone displays as the distance between our eyes and our smartphones can be quite close.
Understand that smartphone usage is more extensive than many might realize.
Based on research by the Mobile Market Research Institute, the average amount of time that people in their 20s use their smartphone is about four hours a day.
Samsung Display Reveals Automotive OLED Display Solutions and Other Dazzling Technology at ‘SID Display Week 2018’
Showcases state-of-the-art, next-generation technologies featuring curved and rollable displays
- Samsung Display introduced far-reaching new visual possibilities for automobiles of the future including a rollable/curved CID, a non-breaking steering wheel display, and a glass-free 3D-instrument panel
- Exhibited a next-generation smartphone display without any call receiver, and a multi-pressure sensor that will easily respond to touch underwater
- Other highlights included a 65-inch UHD LCD TV panel with 8K definition and QD glass
◇ 79 institutions in Chungnam State have been selected as beneficiaries of Samsung Display’s ‘Bread Of Mind Dream’ initiative this year, which is encouraging growth of a book-reading culture
◇ Samsung Display has been providing more than 330 local childcare centers with quality books and book-reading space since 2009
Samsung Display held a ‘BOM (Bread Of Mind) Dream’ donation ceremony in the main hall of the Asan 1 campus, on the 23rd of this month to acknowledge its efforts to provide books and book-reading areas to a variety of educational institutions. ‘BOM (Bread Of Mind) Dream’ represents one of Samsung Display’s most important Corporate Social Responsibilities. It has been designed to improve our learning infrastructure by providing quality books to institutions, and remodeling libraries under the theme of improving education. Samsung Display has been providing similar services to more than 330 institutions in Chungnam State including schools and child centers, since 2009.
This year, Samsung Display is planning to supply a wide range of acclaimed educational books to 70 select centers to expand their selection of books, as well as to finance the remodeling of book-reading areas at nine centers by October. We also will host a festival for teenagers that features a ‘BOM Dream’ reading contest, at the end of the year.