Anticipated Screen Technology for 2013

1. Bendable plastic substrate screen

Samsung-Display flexible-high res AMOLED. New 5.5G lines adopt flexible and LITI technologies from the A2P3 line. Liti make high resolution AMOLED possible and flexible Amoled are also possible with that line. The thin-film process is close to resolving technological difficulties that have prevented flexible displays and delayed 5.5G OLED capex. This lines could be ready for mass produce in 2Q 2013 and 4Q 2013. oled-display

2. Ultra high resolution

According to DigiTimes, the Taiwanese company Innolux will begin mass producing their own 5 inch 1080p panels in Q1 2013. They’re going to use something called AAS (Azimuthal Anchoring Switch) technology. androidauthority

AUO introduce high resolution AMOLED with 317ppi. oled-display

3. Igzo

Sharp began making smartphone displays using a semiconductor technology known as IGZO this month at its plant in Tenri, central Japan, Heihachiro Ochiai, a Sharp spokesman, said by phone today. Sharp is also in talks with Dell Inc. (DELL) and Hewlett-Packard Co. (HPQ) to supply IGZO displays, the Yomiuri newspaper said Oct. 20. bloomberg

[in April] Sharp today said it was making available 32in, 3840 x 2160 panels – that’s 140 dots per inch – for monitors, plus 10in, 2560 x 1600 (300dpi) and 7in, 1280 x 800 (217dpi) for tablets. reghardware

4. In cell touch screen

In-cell touch, DITO tech gaining ground for mobile device displays

With the advent of two new touch sensor technologies, more than 7.5% of the mobile phone market will use “in-cell touch” in 2012 and tablet PCs will see a 5% shipment share of “DITO film structure” technology, reports NPD DisplaySearch. In-cell touch’s market share is estimated to grow to 16.7% by 2018. electroiq

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