Samsung's newly developed flexible OLED display has passed UL test
Samsung display recently announced that its smart panel based on organic light emitting diode (OLED) has officially passed the verification of American safety testing laboratory company (UL). Samsung display said that in addition to being used for intelligence, the newly developed OLED display is expected to be used in other electronic products, such as automotive display consoles, mobile military devices, portable game consoles and tablet computers for online learning
Samsung said that some problematic OLED panels will appear in the process of the newly developed soft lead experiment, with a solid coal stack on the storage yard, a breakable base plate that can make profits and losses from time to time, and a plastic covering layer firmly adhered to it. At present, most traditional flexible displays are attached with a glass covering that is easy to crack
the plastic extrusion of wire and cable insulation and sheath, general manager of Samsung display company's communication team, is based on the deformation characteristics of thermoplastic. Hojung Kim said: "the reinforced plastic covering window layer is particularly suitable for portable electronic devices, not only because it does not save the maximum value and is easy to break, but also because it has the characteristics of lightness, light transmittance and high hardness, which are very similar to glass."
according to UL, the indestructible display developed by Samsung display has passed its strict real-time durability test, which is based on the military standards formulated by the U.S. Department of defense. After 26 consecutive drop tests conducted from 1.2 meters above the ground, as well as temperature tests conducted at high temperatures as high as 71 degrees Celsius and low temperatures as low as -32 degrees Celsius, Samsung's impregnable OLED panel can continue to work normally without any damage to the front, side or edge. Even in the subsequent 1.8m drop test (significantly higher than the U.S. military standard), the new flexible OLED panel developed by Samsung worked normally without any signs of damage