Chinese BOE exhibited at CES its 8K UHD intelligent interfaces and IoV products together with its partners such as HiSilicon, Byton and StreamTV.
The company has on display a 75-inch 8K product, whose chips and system are independently developed by HiSilicon, directly supporting for 8K decoding and 8K pixel-to-pixel display, and display panel is made by BOE. Backed by BOE's ADSDS display technology, the product has a high resolution of 7680x4320, a 100% NTSC color gamut, and the capacity to display over one billion brilliant colors. BOE says that anything captured by a camera can be displayed in real time on this product.
BOE has been speeding up in developing 8K industry chain as part of its "8425 strategy" - "promoting 8K, popularizing 4K, replacing 2K and making good use of 5G". As the 5G era is about to arrive, BOE will not only focus on display solutions but more importantly strive to drive the growth of the entire industry chain.
At the CES this year, BOE and StreamTV jointly presented a 65-inch 8K glasses-free 3D product featuring BOE's 8K UHD LCD display that makes it possible to shift between 2D and 3D content in real time. It means that videos in any format can be input through an HDMI and presented on a glasses-free 3D display.
In addition, BOE offered a 50-inch shared display to Byton, a manufacturer of high-end smart electric vehicles. In the first ever electric SUV launched by Byton, the 50-inch shared display stands where the dashboard is, unlike any traditional center console. The vehicle-mounted curved, stripe-shaped display supports a resolution of 3840x720 and its brightness could reach 1000nits. The display supports gesture-based interaction.