Taiwan-based Innolux demonstrated several new microLED display prototypes at Display Week 2023.
First up is a small round active-matrix 1.1" 374x374 (338) PPI microLED panel. This one was produced on an LTPS backplane and offers a brightness of 500 nits (relatively low for a microLED display. The LEDs are 40 um in size.
The second panel is a 9.6" display, with a resolution of 1920x1080 (229 PPI). It uses the same 40 um LED chips, and can achieve a brightness of 300 nits.
It also showed another 9.6" panel, this one targeting automotive applications with ultra-high durability. The display offers the same resolution.
The third panel is a 12.3" display, produced using blue LED chips (20x40 um) and QD color conversion on an LTPS backplane.
Innolux also showed a tiled microLED display - a 26.4" one produced using the same blue LED chips (20x40 um) and QDs.
Last month Innolux said that it is working with customers to jointly develop microLED displays. While the company does not yet announce any commercialization plans, we know it is considers converting one of its 5.5-Gen LCD fabs to microLED panel production.