[QUOTE=Blu-rayFreak;2491037]It sounds like OLED screens will continue to be primarily used in mobile phones and other small devices in the consumer market, not in big screen devices.[/QUOTE]
There are big strides in OLED dyes, and the blue dye, which has the shortest life of the three dyes used, is upto 60Khrs (at 50% brightness).
OLED is a direct technology, rather than reflective or filtering technology, so it’s closer to the old CRT’s, or perhaps plasma, for picture quality, viewing angles, response times …
Picture Quality will be significantly better than LCD based technology, once it’s viable.
OLED can be layed across practically any decent surface, so you can make a shop window into a gigantic Television, but then still have it transparent when the TV isn’t running.
Maybe OLED will turn into a niche market. shrugs.
But then, everyones going on about laser TV’s … so who knows?