Very interesting topic about Sony and Panasonic OLED collaboration
Posted on June 22, 2012 by Adam Westlake in Business, Tech & Science
Sony, Panasonic OLED TV co-development to be announced next week
Two separate sources have revealed to Reuters that Sony Corp. and Panasonic Corp., two of Japan’s largest electronics manufacturing rivals, will make their announcement next week about co-developing organic light emitting diode (OLED) TVs. As the two companies have both struggled to revive their sinking TV divisions from weak sales and fierce competition from South Korea’s Samsung Electronics, they hope to work together not only to produce the next generation of television technology, but also to keep costs down and make it affordable for consumers.
Prior to working together, Sony went in the direction of exploring the use of sprays to create artificial screens. Meanwhile Panasonic has spent nearly 30 billion yen (approx. $374 million) in building a plant to test production of prototype OLED screens built with technology from inkjet printers. A co-development announcement of this size would be the first of the two Japanese electronics giants working together.
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Then we have this from TAPSCAPE.
The Galaxy Note 2 is possibly the second most anticipated smartphone this year after the iPhone 5. And with the expected unveil date of August 29 quickly approaching, more and more rumors are coming out about this device. Today, we’ve gotten word about some new possible features that may just make people want that release date to come sooner.
AZ News Desk shares that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 may just have one of the best cameras on a smartphone to-date. According to the report, Samsung is supposedly considering upping the rumored 8 MP camera on the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 to an astounding 13 MP. That’s a lot of MP, if you ask me. I remember my first digicam just had 5 MP and I was already extremely happy with that. But 13 MP? I don’t know how many people out there use their smartphone cameras for pictures that end up on large prints but I guess it’s one of those better-to-have-it-than-not situations.
Hexus, on the other hand, has picked up information that suggests the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will have what’s called a “YOUM flexible OLED Display,” a display that’s thinner and lighter than the AMOLED screens you’re seeing on Samsung devices and is supposedly unbreakable: