OLED vs QLED

If you're in the market for a new television, you should be aware of the phrases OLED and QLED. Despite how similar they sound, there are significant differences between them. Both of these technologies would provide you with very distinct experiences.

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Ok now let’s see the basics behind these technologies.

QLED

            Quantum Light-Emitting Diode (QLED) is an acronym for Quantum Light-Emitting Diode. The QLED TV is similar to a standard LED TV, except it incorporates microscopic quantum dots to boost brightness and colour. QLED TVs generate more light in a similar way as normal LED TVs.

QLED

    However, it accomplishes this by utilizing a standard LCD panel to generate the backlight. SONY was the first to offer QLED in 2013, but Samsung is currently the leading maker of QLED panels. Samsung was also responsible for the QLED's widespread popularity.

OLED

             Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) is an acronym for Organic Light-Emitting Diode. Every pixel in an OLED display is a small LED light. OLED does not require a backlight since each pixel can generate light and colour on its own. As a result, OLED panels were able to attain stunning dark colours. LG is a major producer of OLED screens. 

OLED

   LG is the supplier of OLED panels for SONY, PHILIPS, and other firms' OLED televisions. Despite this, we found considerable disparities in picture quality amongst these televisions due to the fact that they all utilize distinct image processing systems.

   Brightness, viewing angles, contrast, and lifetime should all be considered when purchasing a television.


WHY SHOULD YOU USE OLED INSTEAD OF QLED?

                   When it comes to contrast, OLED is the victor; it can go entirely dark, like pitch-black, which QLED cannot do.


If you're viewing a video and there's a moment that takes place in a pitch-black environment, the things in the scene will be plainly visible on OLED panels. Color accuracy is high on OLED, however, there isn't much of a difference when compared to QLED in this scenario.

    The same is true for refresh rate; if the picture processing is strong, both the OLED and QLED might deliver excellent refresh rates. OLED panels operate exceptionally well in a wide range of viewing angles, with no brightness deterioration even at extreme angles.

OLED Screen

    However, the greatest viewing angle for QLED is in the middle, and when we go side to side or up and down, the brightness, contrast, and colour decline. OLED panels use less electricity than QLED screens since they don't require a super-bright backlight.

    Because OLED emits less blue light than QLED, it may give superior eye comfort than QLED panels.

WHY SHOULD YOU USE QLED INSTEAD OF OLED?

                    Because of their distinct backlights, QLED TVs offer a modest edge in terms of brightness. If you choose to position the TV in a brighter area, QLED televisions may outperform OLED panels in terms of brightness and visibility.


In a brighter atmosphere, using an OLED panel may be challenging. Because the technology has advanced so much in the last decade, QLED offers a far longer life duration than OLED.

              QLED Screen

   As LED is relatively new to the market (as of 2013), LCD technology has undergone many studies. SCREEN BURN-IN is one of the areas where QLED panels outperform OLED panels. Screen burn-in has been a problem with OLED displays in the past.


Because each pixel emits light after many years of usage, the colours used to burn into the pixels, which does not happen with QLED displays because they have separate backlight panels.

 

          THE PRICES FOR BOTH TVS ARE APPROXIMATELY THE SAME, AS THEY DIFFER BY BRAND.

TO SHORTEN THE LONG STORY:


When it comes to benefits and drawbacks, OLED is the obvious victor. However, it is entirely dependent on you, the customers. If you have any special requirements, such as a television with a brighter screen, a longer lifespan, and a screen that does not burn in, then a nice QLED television is the way to go.

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