To OLED or not to LED, that is the question! But a popular question is, what is an OLED TV and what is a LED TV?
OLED stands for Organic Light Emitting Diode, meaning that each pixel in an OLED display is made of material that glows because of electricity. The organic layer is situated between two electrodes. OLEDs have high contrasts display. When the OLED screen goes black, the pixels do not produce any light. OLED TVs are thinner than the average TV, making the viewing angles an experience because the pixels are so close to the surface.
LED stands for light-emitting diode. LED TVs are more of a common display n the market! LED screens use a blacklight to illuminate their pixels, allowing the pixels to sit on the side of the display. LED TVs work with a color wheel to produce more realistic and sharper colors.
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