This newsitem/article is beyond weird. Extract from the original article:
"Citing online rental sites like LoveFilm’s adoption of Blu-ray titles, the move to offer cheaper players and a now clear path to adoption following the Blu-ray HD DVD battle, Griffith says the format will be a winner, although not for long.
Instead Samsung is putting its faith in its OLED technology. The new technology, which is “ready to rock”, is being held back at the moment due to high manufacturing costs."
So, the Samsung guy is, supposedly, saying that Blu-Ray will only last 5 years, because, afterwards, it will be OLED all the way? But, wait, isn’t OLED supposed to replace LCD TVs? What does it have to do with Blu-Ray, one wonders?
It looks like the article is a mumbo-jumbo of technologies and, instead of saying LCD, says Blu-Ray.
Really confusing. Read the original article and you’ll understand.