Our accelerated longevity test has been running for over three months, and we've already encountered some very interesting results. We've already had three partial TV failures and one complete failure, which wasn't expected this early in the test. Both of our QD-OLED displays are showing signs of potential permanent image retention, also known as burn-in. Interestingly, some of the Sony WOLED displays are also showing burn-in.
The data is already starting to paint an interesting picture, but what have we learned so far? The results after three months have led us down multiple new investigative paths, and we've already been able to answer a few of the interesting questions that came up after our two-month results were posted. We're still looking into a few things, but we can already answer a few interesting questions. If you want to read more about our longevity test and how we set it up, check out our first article here.
This is an ongoing test on 100 TVs, and we'll provide updates as events occur throughout the test. You can check back on this page for the latest information, or subscribe to our mailing list to be the first to know.