Low-Power Flexible Organic Light-Emitting Diode Display Device

Sunkook Kim, Samsung Adv Inst Technol
Hyuk-Jun Kwon, Samsung Adv Inst Technol
Sunghun Lee, Samsung Mobile Display
Hongshik Shim, Samsung Adv Inst Technol
Youngtea Chun, Samsung Adv Inst Technol
Woong Choi, Samsung Adv Inst Technol
Jinho Kwack, Samsung Mobile Display
Dongwon Han, Samsung Mobile Display
MyoungSeop Song, Samsung Mobile Display
Sungchul Kim, Samsung Mobile Display
Saeed Mohammadi, Birck Nanotechnology Center, Purdue University
InSeo Kee, Samsung Adv Inst Technol
Sang Yoon Lee, Samsung Adv Inst Technol

Date of this Version



Advanced Materials: Low-Power Flexible Organic Light-Emitting Diode Display Device. Volume 23, Issue 31 August 16, 2011 Pages 3511–3516.


A low-power flexible organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display device based on low temperature color filters with a thin film encapsulated RGB OLED microcavity is achieved with high contrast ratios (up to 150 000:1 in dark ambient) and low power consumption (34% power saving compared to polarization film). Furthermore, a mechanical 10 000 times folding experiment with a folding radius of 1 mm demonstrates the mechanical reliability of the flexible OLED device.


Nanoscience and Nanotechnology