active matrix

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active matrix

n
(Computer Science) computing
a. a liquid crystal display in which each pixel is individually controlled to provide a sharp image at a wide viewing angle; it is used in laptop and notebook computers
b. (as modifier): an active-matrix screen.
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Both the A8 series smartphones feature a Super AMOLED display with a taller 18.
com/phones/Samsung-Galaxy-Round_id8163) Galaxy Round , its first smartphone that comes with a flexible AMOLED display and a curved body.
The use of AMOLED displays in smartphones and wearables is growing because of their superior performance and form factor.
Global AMOLED shipments are forecast to increase from 370 million units in 2016 to 452 million in 2017 and 1.
Overview of LG's development of flexible AMOLED panels, including smartphones G Flex and G Flex 2 as well as wearable device LG Watch Urbane
Its industry-leading WQXGA (2560x1600, 16:10) Super AMOLED display meets more than 90 percent of Adobe RGB color coverage -- able to express varieties of colors than ever before -- and has a remarkable 100,000:1 contrast ratio which provides deeper and more realistic images by making blacks darker and whites brighter.
Pre-set professional modes - AMOLED Cinema and AMOLED Photo - also let users manually adjust the display settings for bright, dynamic results for both video and photo content.
Since Super AMOLED technology doesn't require a backlight, the Galaxy Tab S consumes less energy than comparative LCD displays.
However, as larger AMOLED screens are more hard to produce, they could not be found in tablets, until now.
5-inch AMOLED displays would dominate the tablet market.
5G) line with low temperature poly-silicon (LTPS) substrate production processes for making AMOLED panels, with initial monthly of about 3,000 small- and medium-sized panels.
The Samsung Focus S runs on Windows 7 and features the Super AMOLED touchscreen, powered by Atmel's E Series technology, providing sharp, cinema-quality images throughout the multitouch user interface, the company said.