As time gets advanced multiple progressions have happened in the field of display devices. In this field first came a small LED then after CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) which is used in present days but due to its heaviness, we do not carry it from one place to another. Then after came LCD (Liquid Crystal Display), the problem of bulkiness and required large area overcome by LCD, the only problem with LCD is that it cannot see a clear picture from different angles. LCD is a lightweight and flexible plastic substrate. After all these innovations OLED came and OLED beat all issues of LCD and CRT. OLED is light and slim in design, it does not require any kind of backlight, OLEDs are self-luminous. Polymers are using to fabricate OLEDs or unlike LCDs small molecules in the flat panel zone. It has low power consumption (only 2-10 volts) also OLEDs has a wide viewing angle (up to 160 degrees). The applications of OLEDs in electronics are on the increase on daily basis from camera to cell phones to OLED televisions.
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