LG Display presents OLED Meta, its new and promising generation of OLED panels
It’s been 10 years since LG launched its first OLED TV. Over the years, LG Display has continued to improve its panels and is now up against a major competitor with the arrival of Samsung in this market with its QD-OLED panels. For 2023, LG Display presents its new generation of OLED panels. Called OLED Meta, it uses an MLA (Micro Lens Array) layer which would bring together no less than 42.4 billion microlenses on a 77-inch panel, which corresponds to 5,117 microlenses per pixel, a very difficult figure to imagine. Their role is to optimize the luminous flux by avoiding losses induced by internal reflections and by redirecting the photons.
LG Display would combine this layer of microlenses with an algorithm called Meta Booster, always with the aim of improving brightness management, but also to cover color spaces more widely by displaying more saturated colors. The results would be impressive compared to the previous generation of OLED EX panels with an image quality that would reach “an unparalleled level” according to Hyeon-woo Lee, the subsidiary’s vice president.
Panasonic has already announced that its MZ2000 uses this new generation of panels, at least on the 55 and 65 inch references, with a light peak of around 1,500 cd/m². For its part, LG Electronics, which for the moment refrains from mentioning the MLA, announces a peak brightness of 1,800 cd/m² on its LG G3. The Meta OLED panels would also be able to go up to 2,100 cd / m² in Vivid mode.
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