Our online glossary is here to help you make sense of the terminology used in the cell phone industry. It covers mobile technologies, such as 3G and 4G, and even includes a bit of information on smartphone operating systems and the companies that make the cell phones and other mobile technology devices we all use.
Super LCD (SLCD) is a display technology used by numerous manufacturers for mobile device displays. Its most popular proponent is HTC, though Super LCD panels are actually produced by Sony. Super LCD differs from a regular LCD in that it does not have an air gap between the outer glass and the display element. This produces less glare and makes the user feel "closer" to the display itself. Super LCD's benefits also include lower power consumption and improved outdoor visibility. Super LCD has been succeeded by the newer Super LCD2 displays.
Also known as: "S-LCD", "S-LCD2", "SLCD", "SLCD2", "Super LCD2"
See Also: LCD
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