A Micro Lens
Array (MLA) 4K or
8K UHD screen significantly improves brightness.
It places billions of minuscule convex lenses above OLED panel pixels that redirect more pixel light toward the viewer.
description may not include the term MLA.
But the highest priced LG OLED screens with high peak brightness specs of up to 1,400 – 1,500 nits are MLA based.
They also include game refresh rates up to 120Hz.
than MLA panels, and lower brightness, an OLED EX
panel offers a 4K resolution with a game refresh rate
Screen sizes includes 42-inch, 48-inch, 55-inch, 65-inch, 77-inch and 83-inch.
This panel is an
older version of the OLED EX.
It offers 4K resolution at a 120Hz refresh rate with lower brightness levels.
OLED 60 Hz is
the lowest-priced panel. It's similar in brightness to
the 120Hz panel.
But it drops the refresh rate to 60 Hz. It's not the best game choice.
QNED TV is a quantum dot nanorod
LED TV. The nanorod is an inorganic Quantum Nano
QNED as QD-OLED is a color-by-blue display. But QNED replaces organic LEDs with inorganic LEDs. As previously mentioned, inorganic LEDs are brighter with longer illuminating life. Will QNED be the first IOLED TV to reach retail floors? As of July 2023, QNED seems to have disappeared.
Micro-LEDs (not mini-LED) are almost invisible to the naked eye. Red, green, blue micro-LEDs packed alongside one another offer very high-resolution TVs, from 76 inch to 1000 inches. These wall-sized Micro-LED TVs, referred to as DVLED (Direct View LED), are becoming an alternative to home theater projection systems.
Micro-LED TV promises up to 5,000 nits of brightness, blowing past the brightest OLED, and exceeding LCD sets. Given an LED can be turned off to produce absolute black Micro-LED TVs will achieve new levels of contrast ratio.