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Global AMOLED and memory shortages predicted for 2017

TrendForce is predicting a worldwide AMOLED and flash storage shortage next year that will affect everything from smartphones to VR.
by Kris CarlonNovember 10, 201623

DisplayMate says Galaxy Note 7 has the best smartphone display

According to DisplayMate, Samsung’s latest phablet has the best smartphone display out there, trumping its Galaxy S7 siblings.
by Brian ReighAugust 9, 2016132

LG invests $1.75 billion in flexible OLED displays

LG just announced that it will be investing $1.75 billion in a new 6th generation flexible OLED display production line in Paju, South Korea.
by Brian ReighJuly 27, 20168

(Update: Samsung denies it) Samsung Display reportedly splitting to focus on OLED and kill off LCD

Samsung Display has reportedly split off its OLED production lines from its unprofitable LCD business and apparently plans to sell off its LCD division.
by Kris CarlonJuly 4, 201663
 
 

Why Apple’s potential AMOLED usage is good…and bad

Rumors are abound that Apple plans to include Samsung-made AMOLED displays on its 2017 iPhones. What could this mean for the industry?
by Matthew BensonMay 28, 2016154

Plastic OLED to drive huge growth in flexible smartphone panels

As Samsung and LG invest heavily into new flexible OLED manufacturing facilities, forecasts expect that the market could grow to $57 billion by 2026.
by Robert TriggsMay 26, 20165

AMOLED displays set to close in on LCD this year

IHS expects that AMOLED display shipments will increase by 40 percent between 2015 and 2016, and will account for 21 percent of the smartphone market.
by Robert TriggsMay 2, 201628

LG Display Q1 2016: Profit down 95% YoY, but manages to beat forcasts

Increased competition and lower component costs are affecting profit pictures for LCD displays, and thus LG's finances are in a bit of dismay.
by Matthew BensonApril 27, 20164

Samsung and LG going head to head with OLED plans

Samsung is looking to invest in more large-screen OLED production facilities at the same time as LG increases its focus on small-screen OLED production.
by Kris CarlonApril 25, 201631

Higher resolution AMOLED displays are still expected to cost more than LCD

While AMOLED displays may now be cheaper to make than their equivalent LCD version at lower resolutions, higher resolution LCD displays are still expected to be cheaper.
by Kris CarlonMarch 25, 201625
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