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LG has been in the buzz for working on flexible OLED displays to match steps with its arch rival Samsung, and today the company has announced to unveil an unbreakable and flexible 5- inch plastic OLED panel for mobile devices at the Society for Information Display’s (SID) Display Week 2013 in Vancouver, Canada from May 19 to 24. Along with these, the Korean display giant will also introduce 5-inch and 7-inch HD LCD panels with a new TFT screen featuring just 1mm thin bezel. Also Read - LG Display completes $4.2 billion OLED factory in China
The company will be using plastic as the base for these panels, which will make them almost unbreakable and rather flexible, a feature that most smartphone makers are aiming to achieve.
Along with these LG has also revealed plans on displaying 5-inch and 7-inch HD LCD panels based on Oxide TFT which will be relatively thin, feature high transparency, and will consume low power. The 5-inch HD panel is claimed to carry merely a 1mm bezel and will be lighter and release less heat, and the 7-inch HD LCD panel will enable lighter tablets with narrower bezels.
Additionally, there will also be a 13.3-inch Full HD LCD Neo Edge panel for laptops with a 1.5mm bezel, a 23.8-inch Full HD LCD Neo Blade panel for monitors with a 3.5mm bezel, and a 55-inch LCD panel for video walls with a 5.3mm bezel.
Apart from these the company will also demonstrate a new curved 55-inch OLED TV, a 14-inch quadruple HD (2560×1440 pixels resolution) panel for laptops, and the a 7-inch Full HD panel manufactured tablets with over 300 pixels per inch (PPI).