Beijing-based display manufacturer BOE is well known for supplying high-quality OLED displays for TVs, smartphones, and even laptops in both China and the world. But the company is looking to reach a new level as China’s main People’s Daily Newspaper reports that BOE has successfully developed a new generation of mini-LED displays as part of its independent research team.
BOE has unveiled its revolutionary next-gen P0.9 mini-LED display at SID 2022 International Exhibition Week. This panel is a submillimeter LED display with a thickness of less than 1 mm. The mini-LED display is made of glass-based material.
As to why this is revolutionary, the report mentions that, according to a BOE spokesman, the P0.9 mini LED has high peak brightness and high contrast. Not only does the LED panel have the usual advantages of OLED, such as low power consumption, uniform brightness throughout the panel, and eye protection, but because it is a mini LED, the display can also be made in any size.
The spokesman added that, as a leader in mini-LED technology, BOE is also developing a series of mini-LED displays that have significantly improved the image by incorporating glass-based mini-LED backlighting and related technologies, and will continue to lead the consumer displays industry, whether it is a sport live broadcast, e-sports or the next-generation TVs.
The recent Honor 70 series was launched with an OLED display manufactured by BOE. In particular, BOE’s panel is in Honor 70 Pro Plus with a 6.78-inch 10-bit QHD+ 120Hz LTPO flagship OLED display. Honor 70 Pro Plus is also quite powerful: with MediaTek Dimensity 9000 SoC at its heart