QD-OLED panels, which are being mass-produced
from the second half of 2021 at Samsung Display, will be applied to new
products for Sony and DELL.
First, Sony announced ‘A95K’, the first TV with QD-OLED in its 2022 TV lineup. A95K is
available in 55-inch and 65-inch models, featuring 4K resolution and a refresh
rate of 120 Hz.
<Sony’s QD-OLED TV ‘A95K’, Source: electronics.cony.com>
Meanwhile, Samsung Display's QD-OLED is also
applied to DELL's 34-inch gaming monitor. DELL's 'Alienware AW3423DW' monitor
has a 34-inch size, 3440 x 1440 resolution, a refresh rate of 175 Hz, and a
response speed of 0.1 ms. In addition, the monitor supports 'DisplayHDR 400
True Black'. DELL said it will start selling around March 2022.
As Samsung Display's QD-OLED enters the TV and
IT markets, it is expected to compete fiercely with LG Display's WRGB OLED and
JOLED's RGB inkjet printing technology in the existing mid-to-large market.
Many have a huge interest as to which company's technology will become the main
technology in the mid- to large-sized market in the future.