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Samsung Display Showcasing State-of-the-Art Curved Display and Other Advanced Technologies at Display Week 2014

Samsung Display, a global leader in innovative display technology and products, announced today that it is showcasing several industry-leading display technologies at the Society for Information Display’s Display Week 2014, June 3-5, 2014, at the San Diego Convention Center, Booth 902. These include the latest advancements for Samsung’s much-discussed Ultra High Definition (UHD) display with a 4200R curvature, the world's first flexible display for mobile and wearable devices, major advances in mobile OLED display technology, and trend-setting green LCD display technology.

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Samsung Display Showcasing State-of-the-Art Curved Display and Other Advanced Technologies at Display Week 2014 (Photo: Business Wire)

Samsung's most highlighted display technology at the exhibition is its curved panoramic TV displays, up to 105 inches diagonal, and a 27-inch curved monitor display. The 105-inch curved UHD (5120x2160 pixels) display has an optimal curvature of 4200R (radius of 4.2 meters), plus remarkable resolution thanks to Samsung's latest iteration of vertical alignment technology. The 65-inch curved display recently was honored for providing a first-class "immersive experience" from one of the largest technical and scientific associations in Europe, Verband Deutscher Elektrotchniker (VDE). Also, the 27-inch curved monitor display, which provides a more engaging work experience than flat panel displays, increases user convenience by allowing more information to be seen at once. The effects of the curved design are maximized when using a multi-monitor system with ultra-narrow bezels, as shown at Samsung’s Display Week booth.

Samsung Display also is exhibiting various mobile AMOLED displays ranging from 1.63-inch to 5.68-inch diagonal. At the “picture quality experience” zone in the booth, attendees can experience firsthand the full impact of the FHD Super AMOLED display as shown on a Galaxy S5 smartphone, which received an overall A+ evaluation rating from Displaymate, one of the world's leading display research laboratories.

In addition, Samsung's “world's leading” line up of flexible displays is showcased, including the world's first 5.68-inch curved Super AMOLED display – being shown in a Galaxy Round smartphone, and a 1.84-inch curved Super AMOLED as used in the Samsung Gear Fit smartband.

For the latest in green technology, Samsung is exhibiting seven low-power panels for tablets and notebooks that range in size from 10.1 inches to 13.3 inches. Samsung's green LCD technology maximizes the efficiency of the LED backlight to improve portability, and reduces power consumption by 30 percent over conventional LCD panels to extend battery life.

About Samsung Display Co., Ltd.

Samsung Display Co., Ltd. is a global leader in display panel technology and products. Employing approximately 41,000 people at eight production facilities and nine sales offices worldwide, Samsung Display specializes in high-quality displays for consumer, mobile, IT and industrial usage, including those featuring OLED (organic light emitting diode) and LCD technologies. As a total solution provider, Samsung Display strives to advance the future with next-generation technologies featuring ultra-thin, energy-efficient, flexible, and transparent displays. For more information, please visit www.samsungdisplay.com.

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