AUO’s Unveils Next Gen Mobile Display Technology

AU Optronics, a global display total solutions provider, unveiled its next generation of mobile display technologies, including a 4.29-inch qHD high resolution display using Hyper LCD technology, a 4.46-inch 1 mm narrow border display, a 6-inch transparent AMOLED display with high transparency, a smart phone display with 53 per cent in energy-savings, and a 12.3-inch LCD car display with free-form cutting.

AUO integrates OLED’s features—a thin and light body, energy-saving controls, and high brightness—with touch and transparency functions in its next-generation AMOLED display. AUO launched its 4.3-inch AMOLED with true high 257 DPPI (Dot Pixels Per Inch). The 6-inch transparent AMOLED display has achieved a transparency rate of more than 35 per cent and is perfectly matched for cellphone and vehicle dashboard use.

AUO, headquartered in Taiwan, was formed in September 2001 by the merger of Acer Display Technology and Unipac Optoelectronics Corporation.

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