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AadamAtomic t1_j7jtl94 wrote

No one is talking about Quantum Dot displays...


AvengedFADE t1_j7jtumt wrote

Dude you literally tried to dirty edit the comment, and make it seem like you weren’t wrong, but it still makes you wrong.

The OP you responded too was talking about Quantum Dots.

“QLED is a backlit LCD technology” is correct, no matter how much you try to edit or sugar coat it. You literally said “no it’s not.” The very person you responded too was talking about Quantum Dots, so I guess your wrong again.


AadamAtomic t1_j7julrz wrote

What does any of that have to do with QD displays or the post on general?... Oh... Right.... Nothing.


AvengedFADE t1_j7k0mj7 wrote

QLED’s are Quantum dot displays. That’s what the Q in QLED stands for.

Do I really need a dictionary definition to explain this? If your going to argue about it with someone, then clearly it’s important to the conversation to correct someone when they are wrong.


AadamAtomic t1_j7k11h8 wrote


>QLED’s are Quantum dot displays.

You can't even keep up with your own comments, I don't expect you to keep up with what I'm telling you.

No one is talking about QD other than you. I don't even know why you brought it into the conversation unless you just want to make an example of more technology Apple won't have.


AvengedFADE t1_j7k1m44 wrote

QD OLED’s are also quantum dot displays, QLED’s are also quantum dot display.

QLED’s are LCD panels with a quantum dot substrate, and an LED backlights (either FALD or mini-LED).

To quote PC mag definition “QLED (Quantum dot LED): A display technology that uses phosphorescent crystals to improve the LED backlight on an LCD TV.

QD OLED, are OLED panels, with a quantum dot substrate applied. The OLED transistors are capable of their own light (blue light), and hence do not require a backlight, and the QD are what create the red and green light.

Pc mag definition “QD-OLED (Quantum Dot OLED): An OLED display technology that uses quantum dots as the color creators. When the blue backlight hits the red and green quantum dot subpixels, red and green are generated. Because blue is the backlight, it serves as the blue subpixel. See quantum dot.

QD OLED, and QLED are two different display technologies entirely. However Quantum Dots themselves can be applied to more than one screen technology, both LED/LCD TV’s and OLED’s can benefit from this technology, and does not refer to the panel type itself. It is simply a coating.

If your thinking of TV’s which use the quantum dots themselves as a light source (no need for OLED’s, LED’s, LCD’s or a backlight entirely), these are known as NanoLED, or EL-QDLED (Electroluminescent Quantum Dot LED) named after the creator of the company who makes Quantum Dots, Nanosys.

It’s truly hard to keep up with your lack of knowledge on this subject to be completely frank.


AadamAtomic t1_j7k1qq4 wrote

I know what Quantum dot displays are.

I'm saying they're completely irrelevant to this conversation and your entire argument based on irrelevant information.

You want to talk about quantum physics while we're here too?

Nothing you have said has anything to do with AMOLED or mini-LED BEING USED IN TABLETS.


AvengedFADE t1_j7k23vf wrote

It’s not irrelevant to the conversation, when your the one who tried arguing it in the first place. Like I’m not an expert in quantum physics, but we’re talking about TV’s here man, hardly a complex subject, but you tried to come out like an expert, and then argued this

OP - “QLED” is a backlit LCD technology (True)

AadamAtonic - “No it's not LED is self lit, like pixel led lights.... (False when talking about TV’s/display technologies). LCD is "liquid crystal display" and needs back light shined onto it.

You are correct that Samsung has something even higher quality than that though, but it won't become standard for 10 years or so. It's not even on the main market yet.”

That was wrong bro, just admit it. Even changing your sentence to OLED from LED still makes it wrong.