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LG Working On New microLED Smartphone Screens

Following Samsung’s mammoth microLED TV, and Apple’s rumoured microLED wearable tech, three new EU trademarks reveal LG is working on microLED smartphone screens.

The European Union trademarks reference use for “mobile phones, smartphones” and are available to view here, here, and here.

The news could see LG Display become a market pioneer in the manufacture of smartphone microLED screens – consensus is LG is among the first to pursue such development.

The trademarks are not restricted to smartphones – latops, tablets, VR glasses and wearables are also included.

While LG may not currently be developing the microLED smartphone screens, the new trademarks infer its is at least thinking about it.

LG’s new G7 [or subsequently named] smartphone is tipped to featured a MLCD+ panel, amdist speculation the company has given up its pursuit of P-OLED smartphone screens, for now.

In lieu of the common ‘microLED’ terminology, LG’s EU trademarks reference the Greek influenced ‘XµLED, SµLED, and XLµLED’. It makes sense, as LG’s premium TVs incorporate its α (‘Alpha’) processor.

[GSMArena]

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