BOE 12.3' Rollable Phone, 7.7' Foldable Phone, BD Cell, Printed OLED, 8K VR, Automotive, mini-LED

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BOE 12.3' Rollable Phone, 7.7' Foldable Phone, BD Cell, Printed OLED, 8K VR, Automotive, mini-LED 4.5

At SID Display Week 2019, BOE shows their latest 12.3" Rollable Phone, 7.7" Foldable Phone, many other flexible displays, UHD displays, micro-displays, other world-leading technologies and innovative applications such as their Smart driving experience brought by flexible display for the Internet of Vehicles (IoV) comprising a smart driver cabin and a spliced display screen of three units in three rows with only 0.99 mm bezels allowing visitors to experience a brand-new in-car display solution of the future. In addition to flexible display applications, BOE also displays the world-leading UHD display solution called the BD CELL UHD display which features an ultra-high static contrast ratio of up to 1,000,000:1, a bit depth of 12 bit, and a black field brightness of less than 0.003 nits, BOE also presents a host of 8K products, including 75" 8K 120Hz display, a 3.5" 8K VR display, and 0.39" 8K spliced VR display. Under the "8425 Strategy" (promote 8K, popularize 4K, replace 2K and make good use of 5G), BOE is now speeding up the application of 8K in many fields. Other leading-edge technologies and solutions that BOE shows at this show include the first ever HDR notebook featuring mini-LED, the 15.6" oxide display with an ultra-high refresh rate of 240Hz, the 55" inkjet-printed 4K OLED display, the 0.39" micro-OLED AR display that enjoys the world's largest pixel density of 5,644 PPI.

In the smart Automotive cabin, the information required for smart travel becomes part of the actual scene with the help of AR technology, the head-up display (HUD) can project useful information such as speed per hour and navigation onto the front windshield for the driver's reference. In addition, BOE replaces the conventional in-car LCD with flexible display. The 12.3" three-unit flexible display is backed by the OLED pixel compensation circuit technology developed by BOE, which can effectively improve the brightness uniformity of mid-sized OLED displays and provide better audiovisual experience for car users, BOE applies flexible AMOLED displays to transparent A-pillars, rearview mirrors to solve the problem of driver's blind spots in automotive design. The flexible display can perfectly match the shape of the A-pillar and show data with delay shorter than one millisecond. With the help of camera, the images blocked by the A-pillar can be shown on the flexible display, thus eliminating blind spots in the field of view. By applying flexible display, the rearview mirror can also be customized according to the interior shape of the car. BOE's smart cabin is equipped with a 6.39" flexible display as a built-in rearview mirror, which makes it safer to drive the car even on rainy and snowy days, BOE also exhibited some innovative applications of in-car display, such as center console solution that supports gesture-based interaction and V-shaped mini-LED for cars. BOE's high-end in-car display panels have been supplied to automakers in the United States, Germany, the UK, Japan and South Korea.

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Apple: introducing "Dark mode"!

Thx for 1500 likes!

Author — SnNbr


Soon we will be able to play Elder Scrolls on modern scrolls! *.*

Author — Nick Firzen


It was painful to watch... You being in such a hurry and spitting questions at 240hz... Damn bro... Take a chill pill and let them speak.

Author — Azhar


This is like watching Alexa and Google home trying to have a conversation.

Author — Dominique Akers


2:13 very rude for this guy to just cut in. The kind of annoying foreigner who thinks he is above everyone.

Author — Crazy Candy Crush


I pity the struggling promoters.. They must be having a hard time trying to explain in english.

Author — Rusty


Hey camera man. Why not have a little bit more patience with them. The English not so good. Just kept hearing you say WHAT? WHAT? very poor communication skills on your end bud. I could've done a much better job

Author — Michael Zernie


This girl again.. Pretty sure she's an alien with some alien technologies! MIB in real life 😂

Author — Tech Nanban


Cant wait to watch youtube on my oled foldable toilet papper roll after taking a 💩

Author — D-One


BOE on USA sanctions list next. Security concerns you know.

Author — nikita novikov


Can't believe how rude you were walking between the man and the woman to look at the screen on the wall.

Author — profmartin1967


Bruh chill let the pretty lady crack her joke and finish her sentence lol

Author — Yofadhli Ahmed Kahirawan


I really love the fact that they are 10× Clever than people who are laughing at there English

Author — J SWARG


Big props for the workers there for being so nice about everything and trying their best to speak English. Meanwhile the camera was a little too rude imo

Author — DjVoldi19


The interviewer is very rude and probably jealous of their tech. Typical American style.

Author — Kay


2:09 cuts into 2 people talking lmao 😁 get out of my way

Author — enzo22


Bōe employee: "You want more detail?"

Him: 👁️👄👁️ "yeh"

Bōe employee: *Nervous Chuckle*

Author — Illegalfall


2:24 How rude. The guy is trying to explain to the lady and you just pushed in? Excuse me

Author — PlaystationViewTV


When he says "wow...." Then she replied "wow...."
That one is so funny....

Author — Pradip Prajapati


This dude sounds like he's flowing with anxiety

Author — Kyhle Kable