MicroLED-Info's market reports updated to April 2022

Today we published new versions of our market reports - that cover different segments of the microLED industry. MicroLED-Info provides comprehensive niche MicroLED market reports, and our reports cover everything you need to know about the niche market, and can be useful if you want to understand how the MicroLED industry works and what this technology can provide for your own industry. The reports are now updated to April 2022.

The MicroLED Transfer Process Report:

  • Different transfer technologies and process
  • Information on all companies involved in this industry
  • Future technologies and roadmaps
  • Information on transfer-less production

The report package also provides a complete list of microLED transfer process developers and their current (and future) products, and over 15 presentations and papers. Read more here!


Read the full story Posted: Apr 04,2022

Samsung further delays its smaller LTPS 89-inch and 101-inch microLED TV launch

Towards the end of 2020, Samsung announced it's first "consumer" 110-inch 4K MicroLED TV, and then in early 2021 it said it will release smaller microLED TVs, including 77" and 89" models. The smallest 77-inch model was scrapped later in 2021, and now we learn that Samsung is delaying its plans for the 89-inch and 101-inch models.

Samsung 2021 MicroLED TV photo

Samsung originally planned to start 101-inch and 89-inch TV production in May 2022, but this is now pushed back to Q3 2022 for the 89-inch model. The company did not decide yet when to launch the 101-inch model. Samsung does plan to start producing 99-inch microLED TVs in Q2 2022.

Read the full story Posted: Apr 01,2022

Samsung installs a unique 4-sided 200 million pixel microLED display in Thailand's The Forestias

Samsung Electronics installed a large The Wall microLED display at Thailand's The Forestias by MQDC, the country's biggest property development project. The display, installed at The Forest Pavilion will provide a one-of-a-kind immersive cinematic experience for the sustainable project.

Samsung The Wall at The Forestias MQDC photo

The display, made from 384 modules, provide a 360-degree image with a total size of 38.7 x 3.62 meters and a resolution of 46,080x4320. That's around 200 million pixels and a total display area of 140.43 square meters.

Read the full story Posted: Apr 01,2022