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On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the new name for Android Q, the displays inside the next iPhones, Samsung's clam-shell phone and more
According to Chinese media cited by DigiTimes, Apple could add China's BOE Technology to the list of OLED panel suppliers, backing up Samsung.
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Chinese display manufacturer BOE announced that it developed the technology required to place an in-display fingerprint scanner inside an LCD panel.
A recent report suggests that the sole supplier of display panels for the Huawei P30 and Huawei P30 Pro is Samsung, and not China's BOE Technology.
A recent report suggests that Apple could be using OLED panels from China's BOE, in addition or instead of the Samsung ones it is currently using.
A recent report predicts that China's BOE will establish itself as the key player on China's smartphone panel manufacturing sector with flexible AMOLED panels.
China's BOE Technology could very well snatch the first place from Samsung Display by the end of this year, according to a report.
China-based BOE, a possible Huawei supplier of foldable displays, has started building its third 6G flexible OLED line with a massive investment.
A BOE foldable display made in China has been demoed and, while it fits the foldable smartphone form factor, it can be folded 100k times.
Chinese display manufacturer BOE courts Samsung Electronics to become an OLED supplier for the world's largest smartphone maker.
Early next year is when China's BOE Technology will start its trial production for micro-OLED displays and it plans on shipping volumes.
BOE is already reportedly very busy on multiple foldable phone projects, but it looks like Huawei could be working with LG Display in the meantime for a short-term release.
TrendForce's WitsView unit believes that Chinese display-makers will have to step up their game exponentially to chase iPhone display orders.
The new order means that Apple will have 160 million OLED panels from Samsung at some point. So, when does the iPhone go all-OLED?