Are you perplexed in choosing QLED or OLED, if you don’t know what suits best to your eyes then don’t worry you are not alone? We are here to brief you.
It looks like an acronym difference but in reality, they both choose different paths to make vibrant and bold colors along with high dynamic range (HDR).
What is QLED?
QLED stands for Quantum dot LED. QLED technology is the advanced form of LCD and to show the picture of your favorite plays and dramas it uses a quantum dot filter. QLED utilizes a light background that shines through a filter of pixels; the quantum dots. These quantum dots are tiny light fluctuating nanoparticles through which blue-tinged particles are changed into one chain of numerous colors. These quantum dots supercharge the brightness and colors for the picture display. As efficient LEDs are used to generate the light therefore along with quantum dots LED is named as QLED.
What is OLED?
Meanwhile, OLED is a different technology in comparison to QLED. OLED makes its name from an organic light-emitting diode. These LEDs are called self-emissive as each pixel produces its light rejecting the necessity of backlight. When the pixels need to be black they switch off completely. These OLEDs are realistic black, their brightness level is low, and have an impressive contrast. Watching OLED TV or phone for the very first time will make you feel so realistic.
After having a simple introduction let’s talk about which one of the best is for the eyes?
Generally display stress our eyes as we look on our screens at the same distance and blinking less for a long time. The factors which stress our eyes include:
- Excessive blue light
- Contrast fluctuation (high/low)
Now taking into account the blue light factor, it is high energy visible light which has a negative impact not only on the retina but also on the human body. Children also seem to be affected most as blue light can harm their delicate retina.
Experts through the medium of Think-spain.com have warned us and they have a potent opinion that LED causes irretrievable harm to the human retina. They also stated that once the retina is damaged by continuous exposure to blue light, its regrowth is not possible. Prolong exposure to blue light which is of course emit from LED can disturb badly the sleep schedule.
Dr. Celia Sanchez Ramos, a detective at Madrid’s Complutense University informed me that the retina can’t grow again once it gets damaged itself. Dr. further said that LED is comprised of rainbow longitude waves and it’s the blue light that causes damage to the eye.
Keeping in view the above three factors eye discomforting factors, TÜV Rheinland which is the world’s leading testing company, founded 150 years ago which focuses on safety and quality in virtually all areas of business and life performed eye comfort certification tests following the ISO 9241-307 standard. According to the results, OLED was proven to be flicker-free and this OLED consists of only 34% blue which is much lower than 50 percent of the threshold level.
According to the TÜV Rheinland team, OLED TV fulfilled every criterion regarding high color range and High Dynamic Range categories. Many types of research revealed that OLED emits 3.1 lesser blue light than other LED/LCD display screens.
Some more benefits of OLED TV:
- Referring to the above debate OLED sounds good for our eyes.
- OLED has elevated quality, extremely thin, and reliable.
- OLED screens have flexibility some are even foldable.
- OLED has a rapid response percentage due to the adaptation of AMOLED technology.
- OLED provides a perfect viewing angle.
- OLED has emerged as the most efficient LED ever.
- OLED has minimum power consumption.
- OLED screens don’t burn in like other TV screens.
- OLED TV avoids blooming on a dark background.
- OLED has a longer lifespan as compared to other TVs.
- OLED supports an excellent array of HRD standards.
Although OLED is expensive and if you save few dollars by choosing a QLED but in terms of picture quality you are going to miss a lot plus it is also suitable for you and your family regarding eye health.