LG patent hints at 'Display Speaker' with Crystal Sound OLED

LG wants to take its technology a notch ahead.


LG's Display Speaker technology is no longer a prototype as the company showcased its advancements at the MWC 2019. We got the first glimpse of the Crystal Sound OLED technology on the LG G8 ThinQ.

LG patent hints at 'Display Speaker' with Crystal Sound OLED


The new tech functions like a sound amplifier as it creates vibrations all over the display making the whole OLED display generate sound. Now, the company has patented the "Display Speaker." The patent was filed with EUIPO on March 6.

The patent description reads: "audio speakers for smartphones; smartphones in the form of wristwatches; displays for smartphones; OLED displays that function as audio amplifiers and audio speakers."

LG, however, hasn't mentioned the term Crystal Sound OLED technology anywhere in the description but going by other details it pretty clear that LG is planning to build on the same technology seen on the LG G8 ThinQ.

There are reports that the company might also bring this technology to smartwatches. There are a lot of ways where the technology can come in handy, but the company has chosen to go ahead with smartwatches and smartphones as of now. The Crystal Sound OLED technology will help the company improve the audio quality of its devices and provide more clear sound.

Besides, LG has sidetracked its ambitions to build a foldable device for the moment. The company has halted its plans after evaluating the current market viability of them, confirmed LG's mobile and TV chief Brian Kwon. He said, "We have reviewed releasing the foldable smartphone when launching 5G smartphone but decided not to produce it."

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