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The cost remains high, and the report says MicroLED mobile phones and televisions will not be popular until the early 1930s.

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CTOnews.com, December 20 (Xinhua)-- MicroLED TVs have attracted a lot of attention since Samsung launched The Wall on CES in 2018. However, it will take some time for this display technology, which is expected to replace OLED, to enter the average home.

According to a new report from the MicroLED industry association, MicroLED TV will not be widely available until the early 1930s. Analysts predict that MicroLED technology will appear first in wearables and XR headers in the next few years, and then on laptops and monitors around 2026 or 2027. Televisions and smartphones are likely to be the last devices to use MicroLED display technology, and the first consumer products will be available in the early 2030s.

MicroLED technology has attracted the attention of the display industry as early as 2000, and it has obvious advantages in brightness, color and so on. As the name implies, MicroLED uses micron LED lights, which are brighter and have a longer service life than OLED.

Although MicroLED TV was once trumpeted as an OLED killer, it now has several shortcomings, the most prominent of which is the high price. Samsung's previous MicroLED TV sells for as much as $220000 (CTOnews.com Note: currently about 1.569 million yuan), which is prohibitive. Asustek also launched a $200000 (currently about 1.426 million yuan) ProArt Cinema PQ07 MicroLED TV with a peak brightness of 2000 nits and a contrast ratio of 1, 000, 000.

High manufacturing cost is the biggest obstacle to the popularity of MicroLED. Currently, it costs $6000 to $10000 to produce 10-to 14-inch MicroLED monitors, far more than the 65-inch LED-LCD TVs that can be bought for a few hundred dollars. As research and development continues, the cost of MicroLED products is expected to fall so that ordinary consumers can afford it.

However, the future of MicroLED is still something to look forward to. While it will take a while for the average consumer to buy a MicroLED TV, Apple has set its sights on the technology and plans to use it for the Apple Watch and the upcoming Vision Pro headset. In the future, MicroLED displays may also appear on other Apple products such as the iPhone and iPad, but they will not be widely available in the short term.

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