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What is the difference between G+G and G+P?


G+G and G+P are used to describe different types of semiconductor packaging technology.
G+G refers to "Glass-to-Glass", while G+P refers to "Glass-to-Panel".
Glass-to-Glass (G+G) is a packaging technology used to glue two glass sheets together to form a sealed space. This technology is often used to manufacture OLED displays, flexible displays, touch screens, smart watches and other devices. In G+G packaging, the display circuit board and other electronic components are usually integrated under the glass sheet.
Glass-to-Panel (G+P) is a packaging technology that combines display module and panel. This technology is often used to manufacture devices such as televisions, laptops and desktop monitors. In the G+P package, the display module is pasted to the back of the panel and connected to the controller of the panel through the circuit connector.
Therefore, the main difference between G+G and G+P is that they are used for different types of devices. G+G is used for small devices, such as smart watches and mobile devices, while G+P is used for large devices, such as televisions and desktop displays.

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