SID 2019| Visionox Technology Achievement Interprets “Innovation Evolution”

From May 12 to 17, 2019, the electronic display industry's most remarkable global event, The American International Display Week and SID annual conference (SID 2019), was held in San Jose, California, USA.

San Jose, California, United States - May 16, 2019 /PressReleaseAgency/ —

From May 12 to 17, 2019, the electronic display industry's most remarkable global event, The American International Display Week and SID annual conference (SID 2019), was held in San Jose, California, USA. Visionox , as one of the distinct  global advanced display technology enterprises was invited to participate in the event and exhibition.

On the exhibition site, Visionox displayed various forms of AMOLED screen products. They demonstrated that "Flexible Screen,Flexible Use" with 7H screen hardness, the first domestic flexible On-Cell technology used for the terminal application on screen which has been applied in Nubia α and 5G Mobile Phone, respectively. In addition, there were 90Hz High frame rate for large screen game mobile phone, etc.

In the collaborative innovation exhibition area specially set up by Visionox , a number of innovative solutions which were produced together with industrial value chain partners exhibited on the site, there were Sound–on Display, Pixel Image Quality Enhancement,  Foldable AMOLED Interactive Display Technology, etc.

The important remarks was that Visionox displayed Flexible AMOLED Automotive Application solution, Smart Speaker, Smart Monitor, Smart Jewelry Box. By using the features of flexible AMOLED screen and the characteristic display technology, it demonstrated the innovative scenario of smart phones, wearable devices, automotive displays, smart household, etc. At the same time, created a ‘Ubiquitous Display Era’concept as a new era of information interface direction.

The arrival of 5G big data and cloud computing technology moved the screen display industry from the back stage to the front. In future,Visionox as a leading screen display enterprise in the industry will continuously take an initiative in innovation, self-improvement, and synergize with the strengths in the industry to drive the evolution of the ‘Ubiquitous Display Field ’jointly.

 

 

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