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Posted on February 09, 2017

Japan Display Inc announces development of FULL ACTIVE FLEX

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Japan Display Inc has announced the development of FULL ACTIVETM FLEX, which uses a plastic substrate for both sides of the liquid crystal layer, and its introduction into a 5.5-inch Full-HD LCD display for smartphone devices.
 
With FULL ACTIVETM FLEX it is easily possible to form curved shapes by utilizing its flexibility, and thus it will greatly help to expand the degrees of freedom in smartphone design. Also, by using plastic substrates instead of glass, it is possible to prevent cracking from occurring when the display is dropped.
 
Furthermore, by incorporating low-frequency driving technology, which JDI has developed in the past, this FULL ACTIVETM FLEX supports not only a normal 60Hz driving scheme but also supports a driving scheme as low as 15Hz. This contributes to a significant decrease of power consumption for mobile devices.
 
JDI is planning to start mass production of this display in 2018.
 
JDI will position this technology as one of its new platform technologies, and will consider adopting it not only in smartphone displays but also in notebook PCs, automotive applications and other various products as well.
 
Display size: 5.5-inch
Number of pixels: 1080(xRGB)×1920 Full-HD
Resolution density: 401ppi
LCD driving frequency: 60Hz/30Hz/15Hz
LCD mode Photo-Alignment: IPS (IPS-NEOTM)
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Surface luminance: 500cd/m2 (Typ.)
Contrast ratio: 1500:1 (Typ.)
 
Source and top image: Japan Display Inc
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