- OLED stands for Organic Light Emitting Diodes and is a smartphone display technology.
- It has been popularized by the iPhone, with its latest iPhone 13 range bearing the OLED display.
- The OLED display technology is anchored on organic thin films that conduct electric current to individual Light Emitting Diodes.
- This means that each pixel is controlled individually and emits its own light.
- Based on this principle, OLED forms the best display panels for bright colors, fast motion, and intense graphics.
- An LCD display, for instance, can not give you an accurate black color because such a display uses a backlight effect.
- The flexibility of an OLED display system gives you an accurate black color by simply turning off the light-emitting diodes.
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