Saturday, July 23, 2011

A screen on the iPad Retina 3? LG confirms. Or not.

According to the Korea Times, Kwon Young-soo, CEO of LG, confirmed that his company "would sell a 55-inch OLED TV by next year," which coincides with the information brought to light in March. However, note that LG would use organic light emitting diodes rather than as pixels, but only as a backlit LCD panel classic.

LG does not grow because only half the OLED, unlike Samsung, its Korean brother enemy. Moreover, according to Kwon Young-soo, LOED screens are not suitable for smartphones or tablets. The Korea Times also reports that Mr. Young-soo "predicted that many manufacturers will launch new smartphones models using screens LG" Retina Display "that are used on the iPhone and iPad." This last sentence after warms the spirits of Mac fans who read a confirmation that the iPad will screen Retina 3 (2048 x 1536), as rumored since the announcement ...


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