What is LCD?
LCD, the acronym of Liquid Crystal Display, is a display screen used in electronic devices which include computers, laptops, televisions, tablets, smartphones and digital cameras. Liquid crystals consist of liquid and solid, which are responsible for the pixels to appear on the screen. Different pixels can be produced by passing current through these liquid crystals. Front layer of LED consists of colors red, blue and green while back layer is assigned to throw light. Liquid crystals between them are responsible for managing light to produce specific pixels and colors.