Originally Posted by deleted
@D4S4, Sasqui, pantherx12
That's what I was trying to say. Most OLED displays use use sets of three OLEDs as individual pixels. In order to display red, the red subpixel is turned on and the other two subpixels are turned off.
But if you reread the OP, that doesn't sound like what we're dealing with here.
It sounds more like this is an LCD screen with a WOLED backlight. The entire pixel is either on (white) or off (black). Color comes from the TFT. This is a step up from the WLED edge-lit TVs we're seeing now, as it allows for higher static contrast through local dimming, but it's a step back from true RGB-backlit TVs, and several steps back from a true OLED TV.
Nice catch, totally didn't read the OP
Sounds like it's OLED back lit to me as well now.