from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Of or relating to a liquid-crystal display that uses individual transistors to control the charges on each cell in the liquid-crystal layer.
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"But active-matrix OLED is a completely different technology from LCD," he says.
By sector, LG Group said it will invest a total of 14.2 trillion in electronics, such as for smartphones, advanced TVs, tablet devices and active-matrix organic light-emitting-diodes and more advanced backlighting sources used in three-dimensional televisions.
What they're buying at Asia's gadget emporiums The place ETLand electronics shopping complex, Yongsan The good Samsung Electronics 'Omnia II smartphone Samsung The specs Samsung's latest smartphone offering runs Microsoft Corp. 's Windows mobile software and features a 3. 7-inch active-matrix organic light-emitting diode screen which means a thinner screen with clearer images and lower power consumption compared with conventional displays.
Corp., use Samsung's active-matrix organic light-emitting diode, or AM-OLED, displays, which are more power efficient and brighter than the typical smartphone screen.
The move is an attempt by LG Group to engineer a quick turnaround in the underperforming cellphone business of LG Electronics, the conglomerate's flagship unit, and penetrate new growth areas in consumer electronics such as tablet computers and active-matrix organic light-emitting-diodes displays.
Bigger Displays Lee Woo-jong, vice president of marketing at Samsung Mobile Display, says Samsung is "the only company that has succeeded in mass production of active-matrix OLED displays," a technology using a thin-film transistor to switch individual pixels on and off, making higher resolution and larger displays possible.
Samsung Impression, $199, which claims a bright and clear display with help from a technology called active-matrix organic light-emitting diodes AMOLED.
Samsung Impression, $199, which claims a bright and clear display with help from a technology called active-matrix organic light-emitting diodes (AMOLED).
It's got a 300 MHz Pentium II, 3-D surround sound and a 15-inch active-matrix display (the equivalent of a 17-inch CRT monitor).
Samsung has become the world's first display maker to develop a 31-inch active-matrix organic light-emitting diode AMOLED screen.
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