BOE is undoubtedly one of the most important companies when it comes to display’s technology. The company built a solid reputation thanks to its LCD screens using its proprietary Advanced Super Dimension Switch. The display manufactures has given important steps to establish up its OLED business, but still, fall behind Samsung and LG. Despite this, the company is constantly unveiling and exploring new technologies to catch up with the competition. Yesterday, BOE unveiled its first LCD displays that support Optical Fingerprint Scanner technology. Today, the company is revealing a new 20:1 strip OLED panel.
This is the world’s first 20:1 strip screen and catapults BOE to the lead on this specific range. The screen reaches 4K resolution (that is 3840×160pixels) that despite the small size, results in better clarity. Furthermore, readers will be able to read and understand the display content even in bigger distances. The strip screen has a size of 1209×63mm. While traditional displays of this kind come with huge bezels, BOE managed to put them in line with nowadays standards. The borders are just 6.4×6.4×5.7×7.3mm thick.
BOE states that the new technology can be used in supermarkets shelves, advertising practitioners and business districts. However, there are many other applications for these displays – Smart Traffic Display Field, Children toys, Theather’s Schedule, and many others. One time that BOE wants to see these displays in such environments, we believe that they are resistant to outdoor scenarios and has a low power consumption.