AMOLED

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AMOLED

(Active Matrix OLED) An OLED display technology widely used for smartphone and tablet screens. As with all active matrix displays, each pixel is driven separately with the typical AMOLED pixel using two transistors and one capacitor. Contrast with "passive matrix OLED" (PMOLED), which drives the pixels by row and column (x-y) coordinates. Active matrix OLEDs are the OLED counterpart to active matrix LCDs (AMLCDs), and PMOLEDs are like passive matrix LCDs (PMLCDs). See OLED, LCD, active matrix and passive matrix.
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Contract Awarded for Mechanical and Electrical (M&E) works (Package A) of Chinas first 6th-generation AM-OLED full flexible production line
Tianma is a leading player in AM-OLED technology and series production capacity in domestic China.
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65-inch high-definition "super" AM-OLED display and a 1.
It is also the biggest maker of a next-generation ultra-bright AM-OLED display screen, which is increasingly used in high-end mobile devices as it is thinner, has better image quality and consumes less power than traditional LCD screens.
Meanwhile, its new touch screen mobile also features full touch screen capability, a next-generation AM-OLED display screen and improved processor to deliver speedy mobile Internet access.
LG, the world s second-biggest TV brand, said in a statement that it would be unveiling a 15-inch AM-OLED TV at the IFA 2009 consumer electric show in Berlin in September.