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Samsung is rumoured to be shifting production from LCDs to QD-OLED displays


A new report coming from The Korea Herald claims that Samsung is shifting away from LCD production. The company is reportedly looking to merge the technology behind its Quantum Dot OLED panels with its OLED panels to offer a single display solution. The former is currently being used for its TVs, while the latter is for its mobile division. The report claims that Samsung has started limiting the production of its LCDs at its South Korean facilities. The main reason is lower profitability and demand. It also makes it possible for the company to move production towards new QD-OLED displays. According to Samsung Display CEO Lee Dong-hoon, the company is ready to launch its first QD-OLED panels. But he hasn't specified when or what device the display will debut on.

According to industry analysts, Samsung plans to invest upwards of 10 KRW trillion (approx. CA$11 billion) in QD-OLED production and that the first product will be a premium TV. QD-OLED displays are in essence a mix of traditional LCDs and OLED displays. These don't use LED backlights. Instead, they are individually-lit by blue LEDs that convert light to red and green. Blue LEDs are said to consume less power in the process and improve colour accuracy as well.

Source: GSMArena


Google Play Books introduces new beta features on the web

Google Play Books have a new set of features for you to try out and help organize your digital shelves. These new beta features are currently only accessible on the web app. Just click on the Settings icon on the top-right corner to access the "Beta features" option.

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Apple Watch Series 5 is tipped to get two new models

The Apple Watch Series 5 is expected to launch alongside the iPhone 11 on September 10th. And a peek inside the developers’ beta for watchOS 6 reveals a few more details about the new smartwatch. According to the discovery by iHelp BR, there will be two new kinds of Series 5 models: Ceramic and Titanium. The new models showed up in the pairing animations users see when they pair their new Apple Watch with an iPhone. Technically, Apple has used Ceramic before in limited edition Apple Watches for Series 2 and Series 3, but the Series 4 didn't use this material. Titanium is new, though. And it isn't clear right now if this will replace the aluminum and stainless steel models. If we are to believe the rumours, then we just have to wait a few weeks until we can confirm them.

Source: T3


Kevin Smith will develop new 'He-Man' anime series for Netflix

Kevin Smith (Clerks, Mallrats) partners with Netflix to develop a new He-Man anime series called Masters of the Universe: Revelation. It will pick up where the old show left off. And Smith will serve as the show's executive producer and showrunner. This time around, the series will focus on unresolved storylines from the '80s series while featuring familiar characters. Smith promises that this new series is "the Masters of the Universe story you always wanted to see as a kid." And he hints that we might witness "the final battle between He-Man and Skeletor."

Announced at the annual Power-Con convention that celebrates Eternia's super siblings, Masters of the Universe: Revelation will be produced by Mattel Television. Powerhouse Animation will be doing the animation, which is the same studio behind Netflix's Castlevania. It hasn't been announced yet when the series will air, though.

Source: Engadget