Samsung Blue QLED Technology? QLED vs OLED TV?


Samsung has huge experience in numerous technologies together with buyer electronics, systems, displays, semiconductors, cameras, and much more. Also, Samsung built its own QLED (Quantum dot LED) technology-equipped display screen in TVs, computers, and mobiles. In QLED technology Samsung is the pioneer manufacturer of the electronic industry. in this discussion, we are trying to explain the newly announced Samsung Blue QLED Technology? also the major difference between Samsung QLED vs OLED TV? | Review.

SSamsung Blue QLED Technology

Now Samsung has claimed another achievement in QLED technology that it has developed the industry-leading blue QLED technology.

According to Sam Mobile, the company the R&D department SAIT (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology) has successfully developed the cadmium-free Blue QLED technology. Further report has been coming that this blue QLED technology has 20.2*% enhanced brilliant efficiency, offering supreme luminance up to 88,900 nits, and 16,000 hours of QLED lifetime. However, the lifecycle is measured at 100-nit luminance half brightness.

Samsung Blue QLED Technology QLED vs OLED TV


A Quantum dot display has been built based on quantum dots, semiconductor nanocrystals. It can make clean monochromatic red, green, and blue light. Quantum Dots are small nanoparticles that manufacturers multiple layers(sandwiches) of filters, glass, films, and electronics that filly build up a display. When two to ten nanometers are hit together by any lightwave, it emits a different color. Nanometers are in different sizes; normally larger sizes emit red colors and smaller ones emit green.


QLED technology is a Quantum Dot Light Emitting Diode (QLED). Accordingly, QLED TVs are those TV in which TVs have the dots inside a film and it uses LED backlight as their primary light source.

Is it difficult to develop Samsung Blue QLED Technology?

Samsung told that the Blue QLED has the major bandgap between the three main colors (Red, Green, and Blue). It swiftly reacts to exposure to an outward light source which results in a shorter lifecycle and low luminous effectiveness.

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