AUO or AU Optronics isn’t actually precisely a title you may constantly hear thrown around when it involves displays, weighed against, say Sharp or maybe JDI, though the company is steadily placing out display screen after display designed for a range that is wide of devices, including smarpthones, tablets, TVs, in-vehicle systems, as well as vending devices. Releasing a flood of brand new screens prior to IFA 2015, AUO is yet again wanting to protect that large gamut of products, which now likewise incorporate every individual’s best-loved eccentric gadget, the extremely smartwatch that is loyal.
Considering smartwatches these full times appear in different shapes, AU Optronics has actually a response for each and every of those. It gets the square that is regular which is available in 1.5 an 1.6 inch AMOLED versions. But it even offers a 1.4-inch circle that is complete for manufacturers who favor a rounder face to exhibit. These shows are guaranteed become slim and light, down seriously to just 0.45 mm in thickness by way of cup thinning practices.
AUO is not a complete stranger whenever it involves pressing the limits of smartphone displays. During the early 2014, it announced a WQHD that is 6-inch display 2K smartphones had been even stylish. Currently it’s wanting to beat others towards the punch by revealing a screen with 4K Ultra HD resolutions, with sizes including 6 ins for phablets to 17.3 inches for notebooks.
The screen maker even offers a multitude of other interesting displays, including 12.5 and 14-inch touch that is”on-cell” or oTP that support professional graphics stylus just like those of Wacom or N-Trig. It has also a UHD that is 4K LCD intended for TVs that boast of an ultra thin profile of 4.7 mm, rivaling even Sony’s. And yes, AU Optronics comes with a 55-inch ultra that is FHD display that is supposed to be put on vending machines. Issue that is biggest, needless to say, is which customer devices is supposed to be profiting from AUO’s brand-new display screen. For the time being, the ongoing company is keeping mum, though we possibly may see a shadow or two whenever IFA 2015 rolls around.