This breakthrough means that much brighter OLED TVs could be on the way

The next generation of OLED TVs could be significantly brighter thanks to US company Universal Display Company, which claims to have solved a 20-year-old puzzle: how to mass-produce blue phosphorescent material.

You see, today’s best OLED TVs are forced to use two types of emitting material: phosphorescent (for red and green light) and fluorescent (for blue). The problem is that fluorescent material is very inefficient – only about 25 percent of the power ends up as light.

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