Displays News

Samsung Making 4K Movie Theater Displays

Movie theaters may soon begin using screens from Samsung. The company has introduced its Cinema Screen, a 4096 x 2160 (4K) LED display. It's a 34-foot screen that's intended for movie theaters and it's capable of delivering HDR content. The screens are brighter than projectors.

iPhone 8 May Have Flat, Not Curved Display

Although many reports have said the iPhone 8 is going to use a curved display, IHS Markit analyst Wayne Lam doesn't believe that's true. Rather, a flat OLED display will be offered on the 5.8-inch model. Flat OLED displays cost less and it'll be easier to increase production.

LG UltraFine 5K Displays To Go On Sale This Month

After suspending the sale due to insufficient RF shielding, which was affecting the monitor's functionality when placed too close to routers, LG is finally fixed the problem and is almost ready to start shipping the displays again. According to Apple's Online Store, LG UltraFine

Apple Delays LG UltraFine 5K Display

After LG confirmed that its latest UltraFine displays don't play nice when routrs are near them, Apple has decided to delayed the LG UltraFine 5K Display while it awaits LG to fix the issue and start shipping new units that are not susceptible to interference from Wi-Fi routers.

JDI Starts Mass Production Of New 5-inch LTPS LCD

Japan Display Inc (JDI) has now announced that it has started mass producing a 5-inch class low-temperature poly-silicon (LTPS) LCD display. The new LCD display comes with wide quad-HD resolution format (WQHD, 1,440 x 2,560 pixels resolution), with a pixel density over 500ppi.

Philips Unveils Largest Curved 4K Monitor

Philips has introduced a curved 4K monitor that it claims is the largest on the market. The BDM4037UW is 40-inches and offers a 3840x2160 resolution. Its viewing angle is standard for curved monitors at 178 degrees. Multiview support is included with the unit.