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LG Philips Develops Super Thin Display

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Sep 28, 2006, 3:15 PM   by (staff)

LG Philips, a Korean joint venture devoted to producing LCD displays, today announced they will unveil the thinnest LCD yet on October 3. The new display is 1.3 mm thick - about one-third thinner than existing thin LCDs - and should allow manufacturers to reduce the thickness of today's already slim handsets. It is even thinner than the latest generation of slim OLED displays, which are are 1.5 to 1.8 mm thick. LG Philips claims to have increased the brightness of these new displays over current offerings with a new LCD backlight and a thin light guide plate. The new display also has a modified structure that increases the durability of the display.

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Sep 30, 2006, 5:28 PM

i expect

this doesn't mean that we are going to see paper-thin phones from lg, necessarily, but it does mean that things will be brighter, more durable, and smaller all at once. LG hasn't gone thin-crazy yet, so it seems more likely that we will just see full-featured phones that are still surprisingly small as a result of this display.

Sep 30, 2006, 10:44 AM

probably won;t see a change at all

sure it sounds good when u read about it but i bet when u look at it in person it won;t look any different then today screens so i tihnk it just hype
Yeah, before you start bashing on phones, learn how to type!

Sep 28, 2006, 7:58 PM

Can you say Motorola SPLNTR?

Can u say.. LG can make phones just as cool as motorola? you should, cause they do.
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