Shanti Dope, 19 Dec 2019And that's because Sony is researching and developing the technology MUCH further before enter... moreLet the products do the talking. There is no point in suggesting one is better until the products make it to the market. Stop with the fanboy-ism, please.
Samsung had made a big mistake of not investing in OledTV.RIP TV business of Samsung.
Walter C. Dornez, 19 Dec 2019This article is not claiming that it is new. It is reporting on the status of the tech, which ... moreAnd that's because Sony is researching and developing the technology MUCH further before entering the mass production stage.
At the time when JDI is ready to mass produce CLEDIS™ panels (Sony's own term for their own variant of microLED), it would be leaps and bounds ahead of what Samsung would be using.
This is not to say that Samsung's microLEDs aren't any good - obviously if they've invested this much, then the quality would obviously be great, but in comparison to what Sony is preparing, this would be a lower level of the same technology.
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At which part in that statement does it say that Sony makes their own panels?
Calling some group of people to be cancer when you don't even have that good reading comprehension is a major humiliation to your part, and I suggest you delete your comment before anyone else sees your stup*d*ty.
It can be marketing PR and all that, but the fact remains that Sony has indeed been developing this technology for a very long time already, way back in 2012 IIRC.
Of course they don't have the facility that's enough to manufacture a huge supply of panels, but they DO have their own laboratories where they perform multiple experiments and generate new ideas from several existing concepts.
That's what the whole comment is all about, and I recommend you to understand this first before making any ridiculously out-of-place nonsense comments here.
Another huge advantage is the improvement in efficiency resulting in less battery drain. Coupled with the low yields I believe we’ll see this first in smartwatches and then cell phones.
In other words, Samsung, LG, Sony realised that they did not have no TRUE equal competition in Micro-CrystalLED tech in 2017-2019 from other manufacturers like Vizio, BOE, AU, Toshiba, Sharp and they could still get away with their jacked up price of old OLED-QLED displays.
Until now, other manufacturers are getting onboard with MicroLED and investing and advancing in the tech.
This is why my friends, SOLID COMPETITION (not stealing/cloning) IS KING!
Micro-Led is so old hat, bring on Nano-Led. Some company showed off super bright Led that you could fit above 8k in a eye display size.
How many times will they put off choices to save their TV division. We didn't get Quantum Dot color filtered LCD, which would have put good competition to OLED, or a bit better Quantum Dot color filtered OLED, or brighter but otherwise dubious extra value Micro-Led, and they turned down the color gamut range in this year's TV, and the reason they keep going, discounting. The black filtering on my TV is not that great, nor the smart TV functions, or the single tuner recording. The Chinese are already here making superior TV's, black filtering on extra bright ecreens, Micro-Led, increased color gamut range and two layered lcd for near oled black levels.
Anonymous, 19 Dec 2019MicroLED is called CrystalLed in Japan. Something Sony has worked with much longer. Nothing ... moreThis article is not claiming that it is new. It is reporting on the status of the tech, which Sony still has not mass produced either.
Why? You guys make best amoled screens for smart phones. So stop making those qled tvs . Amoled is so much better