QLED or OLED: Which is Better
In the modern world, the technological revolution tops the list. No matter what we look at and how far we go, we need technology at every step. From waking up in the morning to sleeping at night, we need technology by our sides.
One of the biggest evolutions in technology has to be the advancement and development of LEDs. Over the past few decades, we have observed many improvements in LEDs; in both outlook and usage. LEDs evolved into TVs, and with the decade, those LED TVs were furthermore advanced into OLED and QLED.
While looking to buy a new LED, many people get confused about what to choose. This blog is a guide for all those people who are stuck between OLED and QLED.
OLED stands for Organic Light-Emitting Decode. It isn’t clear, right? Well, OLEDs are considered to be the world’s best display panel. OLEDs are usually used in smartphones, and TVs too.
QLED is short for Quantum Dot Display. Like normal display panels, these use the basic RGB to transmit and display the picture. The difference is just that in QLED, filters are used with the RGB panel.
QLED vs. OLED
Here are some major differences that will clear out all the doubts.
QLED is much closer to a normal LCD TV than it is to an OLED. The latter has Quantum Dots which are the only difference between an LCD TV. QLED is much more like a plasma TV.
At the same time, OLED is nowhere near the LCD. OLED does not need LED to transmit light, unlike QLED.
The image quality of the QLED solely depends on the price, which means that the higher the price, the better the picture quality. This is because the LED panels used in a QLED come at different prices and are of different quality.
On the other hand, the picture quality of OLED does not depend on the price. OLED has a fixed price which is a little higher than the normal prices. But the benefit is that it does not fade with time.
Even though we have a standardized measure set between the human eye and the TV screen, that is sometimes easier to catch. If we talk about QLED, then it has a slightly slower response time in comparison to OLED. That difference is too indifferent to be caught, but it still exists. Sometimes, in between a very fast-paced action scene, this difference can be seen.
The biggest of all differences is the viewing angle. If we talk about QLED, then the best angle is right in the center. Once you start moving from side to side, the angle disrupts, affecting the image quality.
On the other hand, OLED has a great viewing angle from all sides. No matter where you sit and where you shift to, you will have the same picture and graphic quality from each angle.
Both of these tech products are commendable, but it won’t be untrue to say that OLEDs are better than QLEDs. The latest technology has to be evolved, always!