QD-OLED vs. WRGB OLED: Red, Green & Blue Pixel Luminance

“On QD-OLEDs, the peak brightness is the sum total of the red, green and blue outputs…. By contrast, […] WRGB OLEDs use white subpixel boosting to achieve higher brightness, so if we do the same measurements of red luminance, green luminance and blue luminance on a WRGB OLED television, you will see that they only make up a fraction of the white luminance because the biggest contribution actually comes from the white pixel.”

– Vincent Teoh, HDTVTest
Photo courtesy of Vincent Teoh, HDTVTest
Photo courtesy of Vincent Teoh, HDTVTest

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