Television manufacturers may be torn between two popular display types these days: LCD and OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode). The LCD display module is the most commonly used but OLED is catching up. In fact, some believe that it is TV’s future.
Each has its own advantages and disadvantages, but knowing the differences will help manufacturers and businesses to market their product with optimal functionality.
Brightness and Blackness
A television’s light output is important in showing images. Though LCD and OLED are both brighter than the traditional plasma, their light output varies. LCD uses backlight, which allows the entire screen image to be brighter. OLED, on the other hand, does not. Instead, it only brightens parts of images, but to a degree higher than an LCD. Read more on this article.