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Liquid crystal display device

Image Number 3 for United States Patent #8139186.

The present invention provides a LCD device providing wide viewing angle display and having an improved transmittance and contrast ratio. The present invention is a liquid crystal display device including: a first substrate; a liquid crystal layer; and a second substrate in this order toward a display face, wherein each of the first and second substrates includes a polarizer and a transparent electrode, the first substrate includes a reflector, the liquid crystal layer contains a liquid crystal material with negative dielectric anisotropy, at least one of the first and second substrates includes a .lamda./4 retarder including a dielectric material, the .lamda./4 retarder is arranged to overlap with the reflector when viewed from the display face, and the .lamda./4 retarder is arranged on a liquid crystal side of the transparent electrode.

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