BOE announced that it has made important progress in the field of LED transparent displays. The company has developed an ultra-high transmittance actively driven MLED transparent display. This display comes with a transparency of more than 65%. Furthermore, its brightness exceeds 1000 nit. BOE also claims that the R&D team successfully overcome industry problems. It now has solutions for the transparent pixel structure design and high aperture ratio backplane. The company made progress in a series of technical areas. It improves the pixel circuit optimization process and pixel structure optimization. The transparent area structure and wiring design of the shading area also got improved. The diffraction is lower and the transparent area transmittance is now more than 90%. In addition, the overall transmittance is above 65%.
According to reports, BOE’s MLED “see-through screen” ensures the transparent display quality of actively driven MLED. It also ensures a free flow of items displayed on the screen. In addition, BOE’s MLED “see-through screen” adopts a new pixel structure optimization design scheme. This new scheme can improve the aperture ratio of the backplane. The company optimizes the transmittance of the film layer in the pixel transparent area. However, it does this based on the design of the pixel transparent area.
This is to ensure a high charging rate and high uniformity of the backplane. Under the premise of high light efficiency, the display brightness can reach more than 1000nit. Also, the contrast ratio of 100,000:1 is achieved based on pixel-level brightness control.
BOE 16-inch 2.5K display module gets TÜV Rheinland’s certification
BOE is one of the top display manufacturers in the world. The company is only behind top brands like Samsung and LG. In fact, in some areas, BOE has leading technologies. TÜV Rheinland certification is very reliable because of its tough testing process. There are reports that BOE’s 16-inch 2.5K display now has this certification. This means that the device will come with TÜV Rheinland full eye protection display certification logo.
After testing by TÜV Rheinland, the BOE 16-inch 2.5K display module has a low blue light. It has no stroboscopic or smears with links to the dynamic display operation. The display has a good reflection coefficient related to ambient light management. In addition, its environmental light contrast, interference reflection, and character contrast are excellent. Furthermore, the colour gamut and grayscale under ambient light conditions all meet the requirements of TÜV Rheinland.
According to BOE, the laptop full eye protection solution relies on the ADS Pro display solution. This provides users with more eye protection and a better display solution. It also integrates a series of high-end displays such as high refresh and low power drain. In the future, BOE will continue to promote and popularize of eye protection display technology.
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BOE applies for over 25,000 OLED-related patents
BOE stated on its investor interaction platform that the company has more than ten years of technology research. It also claims that its patent layout in the OLED field is excellent. The company says it has leading key tech in the OLED field. It also has important property rights. It has independently applied for more than 25,000 OLED-related patents. Its OLED patents cover core technical directions such as flexible foldable screens, full screen, under-screen camera, and pixel arrangement. BOE has developed a variety of pixel arrangement technologies with independent intellectual property rights. The company has the likes of GGRB and blue diamond. It uses different combinations of technologies according to customer and market needs.
According to the financial report, in the first half of 2022, BOE’s net profit was 6.596 billion yuan. This is a year-on-year decrease of 48.94%. Its basic earnings per share decreased by 54.77%. In the first half of the year, BOE has an operating income of 91.61 billion yuan. This is a year-on-year decrease of 15.66%.
In the first half of 2022, BOE cited some reasons for its financial issues. Global inflation, geopolitics, and the pandemic were among the reasons. These reasons affect clients’ demands to an extent. Also, panel prices continued to decline, and operating performance faced pressure. However, from the perspective of operating indices, the brand’s overall profit is higher than the industry average. The gross profit margin is at the fore front of the industry. The resilience and flexibility of the industry’s leading position are further enhanced.
In terms of flexible AMOLED, BOE says that the product cost relies on several variables. Raw materials, fixed cost allocation and customer requirements for product performance are some of the variables. It also listed specifications, product design solutions, and manufacturing process levels as reasons for its cost. The company’s current raw material costs are relatively stable as a whole. With the continuous increase in shipments, the fixed cost allocation is expected to continue to decline. At the same time, the company continues to improve product design and development capabilities. It customizes high-quality flexible AMOLED products for customers with more competitive cost control capabilities.
BOE is making a good impact
Chinese company, BOE is making a good impact in the market. Many Chinese brands use displays from this company. Even Apple and other top brands use its displays. In May this year, BOE claims that it has a new generation of glass-based active P0.9 Mini LED displays. The panel has the characteristics of high peak brightness, strong contrast, low power consumption. It also has uniform brightness, healthy eye protection, and other positives.
At the end of June this year, BOE claims that it is mass producing Mini LED backlight/direct display. It launched a glass-based 75-inch 8K Mini LED and a 34-inch glass-based Mini LED MNT. BOE claims that it has a detailed layout in the MLED industry. It also says it can provide Mini / Micro LED products and solutions with multiple processes.