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Today, the tech world is buzzing with the news of TCL’s revolutionary new foldable OLED display. This state-of-the-art device offers the stunning clarity of 8K resolution, all while providing a multimedia table when folded in half. With TCL’s technology, this 65-inch foldable OLED not only looks great, but is also rated for at least 100,000 folds making it an ultra sturdy and reliable entertainment system.

At the heart of this awesome technological feat is TCL’s usage of a Japanese inkjet printing technique called PPE (polymer direct printing). This is a method of printing that uses tiny droplets of liquid polymers to create incredibly detailed images. By using this unique approach, TCL is able to create OLED displays with vivid and lifelike colors. When folded, this polyurethane printed OLED screen offers a 60–degree viewing angle and 16 million distinct colors, giving you the best possible viewing experience.

In addition to being used as a foldable OLED display, this technology from TCL also allows for its use as a foldable and portable multimedia table. This is especially handy for those looking for a compact yet powerful multimedia table for their home or office. With the ability to fold in half, the OLED screen can easily be tucked away and out of the way when not in use.

It’s no surprise that TCL has become a leader in the advanced displays space since they are currently showcasing a prototype for this foldable OLED screen at the Display Week 2023 in Los Angeles. This is sure to be the perfect place for industry professionals and interested parties alike to get an exclusive first look at what TCL has achieved.

All in all, the advancements made by TCL in the field of foldable OLED displays is truly remarkable. To think that such detailed and intricate pictures can be created using polyurethane inkjet printing, further proves just how far OLED technology is pushing the boundaries. As more companies invest in the perks of foldable OLED, we can only anticipate that more exciting breakthroughs will soon follow.