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Do you want better screens? Xiaomi says it has the solution. The future is OLED

After announcing the renewal of Xiaomi's contract for the proximity sensor with Elliptic Labs, now is the time to announce a new partnership with another leading company. Let's talk about OLED screens thanks to the collaboration with Lumilan, pioneer in research. This collaboration paves the way for significant improvements in the visual quality and performance of next-generation devices.

Xiaomi-Lumilan partnership for the future of OLED screens

The joint venture between the two companies gave rise to the “Xiaomi-Lumilan OLED Key Materials and Devices Joint Laboratory“, located in the industrial heart of Ningbo, China. This initiative marks the beginning of joint research aimed at overcoming the technical challenges that currently limit the diffusion and efficiency of OLED screens, including data management; energy, duration and risk of burn-in, or images permanently imprinted on the screen after long exposures.

Xiaomi Lumilan partnership for OLED screens

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Xiaomi's goal is clear: to invest in technologies to secure a leading position in the global panorama of technological innovations. The joint laboratory will focus on improvement of materials and OLED devices, aiming to optimize every aspect of screen production and operation. This is a strategic move for Xiaomi, which aims to make its devices even more competitive, improving the visual experience offered by its mid- and high-end smartphones, tablets and notebooks.

The choice to collaborate with Lumilan is not random. Specializing in the research and development of OLED panels, the Chinese company brings one to the table deep expertise technique, essential for addressing and solving the current problems of OLED screens.

The direction taken by Xiaomi and Lumilan suggests a bright future for OLED screen technology. These, we remember, offer notable advantages, such as colors more vivid, deeper blacks and an contrast top compared to traditional LCD screens. And with the growing adoption of OLEDs in devices at every price point, targeted research and development can only accelerate this trend, making OLED technology even more accessible and performant.

Gianluca Cobucci
Gianluca Cobucci

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1 months ago

I would like large screens, 7″ or more.
95% of phones are 6.5-6.7″
300 phone models come out every year, all the same, there is no longer the choice of size as there was up to 10 years ago, neither is it for those who want it small 5″, nor is it for those who want it large to facilitate multimedia, 7-7.5″