LCD

World’s narrowest bezel arrives in LG’s new smartphone LCD panel

Do you feel like your smartphone doesn't have enough space on its screen, but you don't want to upgrade to a tablet or even a phablet? LG thinks they may have found the solution as they have created an LCD panel that will give phones the maximum possible screen real estate. This is because it has the world's thinnest bezel and at just 0.7mm thick (or rather thin) on the left and right side, it is even thinner than a credit card.

Japan Display Inc. outs 12.1-inch 4K2K LCD for tablets

Japan Display Inc. (JDI) is really picking up the pace when it comes to manufacturing LCD modules for use in various mobile devices. After just recently announcing a 5-inch Full HD WhiteMagic LCD module for smartphones, the company is now unveiling a 4K2K resolution LCD module that will push the limits of tablets, and probably our eyes as well.

Sharp to produce smartphone screens in TV production plant

One of the signs of growing demand for smartphones and mobile devices is when electronics manufacturers start reallocating resources to the production of smartphone components. Such seems to be the case with Sharp who will be producing smartphones screens in a plant that's originally designed to make large TV displays.

Samsung, LG agree to settle display patent war

In a tech world that's filled with companies suing each other left and right to gain the upper hand, it is sometimes reassuring to hear news such as that coming from Samsung and LG who have agreed to put down their swords and instead cooperate and compete on merits instead of getting bogged down in a mire of patent disputes.

Samsung to say bye bye to LCD relationship with Apple

Samsung and Apple have what could be described as a rocky relationship. One of them is suing the other for one reason or another once a week, or so it seems. Well now, it seems that Samsung is cutting the one friendly relationship with Apple they had left. They have decided to discontinue the LCD supplier relationship they had with Apple starting next year.

LG renames Optimus LTE to Optimus True HD LTE to highlight non-Pentile screen

When it comes to Pentile matrix displays, there are three major opinions: those who don't know, those who don't care, and those who absolutely can't stand them. LG seems to be squarely in the third camp, and they want to make sure that Chinese customers know exactly where they stand. To that end they've renamed their current flagship Optimus LTE (known as the LG Nitro HD and the LG Spectrum here in the States) to "Optimus True HD LTE", highlighting the fact that their 4.5-inch IPS 720p panels use a standard matrix layout. The first market to see the change will be Hong Kong.
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