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High-end TV with Mini LED Backlighting Rises, Panel Makers Rush to Develop Active Matrix Technology

Published: Dec 30,2019

The increase in die bonding efficiency, the decrease in Mini LED chip cost, and the historical low of open cell prices all contributed to the significantly lowered costs of displays utilizing Mini LED backlighting. According to the New Display Technology Cost Analysis quarterly report from the WitsView research division of TrendForce, Mini LED backlighting has significantly lowered the cost of display modules used in 65-inch 4K TVs. These display modules are estimated to see approximately 5-10% cost reductions compared to 2018 costs. This is expected to accelerate the widespread adoption of Mini LED.

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TrendForce assistant research manager Julian Lee indicates that the two-year development period, from the 2H17 emergence of Mini LED technology to its current commercialization, is much more efficient than the longer developmental periods of past display technologies. As Mini LED backlighting is based on the traditional structure of LCD panels, it pushes direct-lit backlighting to its technological limits and represents a significant upgrade for current backlight technology. With the 4Q19 North American release of TC