Taiwanese display company AU Optronics will debut its 5-inch FHD OLED panel at China Optoelectronics Display Expo 2013 (CODE 2013) in Shenzhen, which it claims is the world's highest resolution FHD OLED.
AUO will show off the panel integrated into a smartphone, managing a resolution of 443 ppi and including what the company says is a fine shadow mask process. The company boasts its panel doesn't need much power while displaying a high picture quality, a free viewing angle, high contrast, high brightness and a fast response time.
It will also show off LCD panels from 5 to 5.7 inches utilising AHVA technology with the LTPS production process and Hyper LCD technology, all with full HD 720 and wide viewing angle.
AUO's 5-inch Full HD AHVA display has full HD resolution of 443ppi, or 1080x1920, sporting a narrow bezel of 1mm width from the display area to the touch panel border.
The company plans to demonstrate its 4K display technologies, too, including 65 inch and 55 inch panels to show off an HD resolution of 3840x2160, with the 65 inch panel boasting higher quality 3D images, the company says.