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Tuesday, October 17, 2006
Samsung Showcases Diverse TFT-LCD Technologies at FPD International 2006


Samsung will exhibit its first 70-inch full-HD LCD for consumer TVs at Flat Panel Display (FPD) International 2006.

It will also showcase advanced mobile displays, including 4.8-inch and 7.0-inch WVGA screens targeting portable computing, entertainment and communication applications.

First 70" full-HD LCD debuts in Japan

Samsung's new 70-inch LCD TV display can reproduce full HD video images at 120Hz. Most LCD panels have a 60Hz refresh rate, which will make Samsung's new 120Hz 70-inch LCD twice as fast as other LCDs available today.

Samsung will begin commercial production of its 70-inch, full-HD LCD panels early next year. The largest full-HD LCD TV panel currently in mass production is 65 inches.

Once it begins mass-producing its 70-inch panels, Samsung said that LCD TVs will compete head-to-head with the largest PDPs and projection TV models worldwide.

4.8" and 7.0" WSVGA displays

Also at FPD International 2006, Samsung is unveiling 4.8-inch and 7.0-inch displays with WSVGA (1,600 pixels per row by 600 rows) resolution for use in ultra-mobile PC (UMPC) devices and mini-PCs. Samsung has increased the aperture ratio of its 4.8-inch model by applying a single-crystal-like silicon manufacturing process technology that improves electron mobility and enables smaller TFT geometries. Using a low power, dot inversion driving scheme, allows Samsung also to reduce the display's power consumption.

Rounding out Samsung's FPD International 2006 showcase are 40-inch, 46-inch and 82-inch digital information displays, an A4-sized plastic electrophoretic display (EPD) using an e-Ink design, and a 7-inch plastic LCD.


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