SID Week was recently held in San Jose, USA. Many companies, including Samsung, Visionox and TCL, showed off their best display technology, but Chinese display maker BOE stole the show with its unique 17.3-inch foldable AMOLED laptop display.

The folding display of BOE, the first and largest of its kind in the world, attracted a large number of visitors to the exhibition. The display has a 100% DCI-P3 color gamut and ultra-thin bezels. It has a 4: 3 aspect ratio and offers a resolution of 2560 x 1920. In addition, the f-OLED display is available with 10-bit RGB and HDR500.

For the uncommon, f-OLED is BOE’s only flexible OLED technology solution. It is available in several forms, such as a full screen display, a foldable display and a rolling display. It can be integrated with many features such as fingerprint recognition below the display, camera below the display and biometric data. Therefore, the opening of a whole new world of flexible displays.

BOE has revealed that the new F-OLED displays will be shipped exclusively to ASUS for the ZenBook 17-Fold OLED laptop, which will launch later this year. BOE also won the award for best technological demonstration for its 17.3-inch model. foldable OLED display.

Asus ZenBook 17-Fold OLED
ASUS ZenBook 17-Fold

The company also unveiled the world’s largest 95-inch 8K OLED display at the show. This display is created using high-end TFT technology and a white OLED steam deposition process. The display provides pixel-level light control and maximum HDR image quality, demonstrating the company’s technological superiority in large OLED displays.

In addition to BOE, TCL has unveiled some impressive display technologies, the company introduced its 34-inch WQHD R1500 curved Mini LED display, designed specifically for e-sports. The mini LED display offers an ultra-wide 21: 9 aspect ratio, a high refresh rate of 165 Hz and a fast-responsive HVA screen with a smaller halo.


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BOE showcased a 17.3-inch Foldable AMOLED display for laptops, Here’s how it looks

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