New mid-range and budget phones to be expected, further availability of the latest BlackBerries and edge-to-edge displays are due in Vegas.
Most analysts and observers believe the first 5G iPhone will come out in 2020. But did they see this knock-out development coming?
Samsung not only claims dominance in the OLED market, where it has long held the lead, but also in LCD production for smartphones.
More changes could come to the displays of Apple devices like the iPhone and Apple Watches with the new MicroLED and MiniLED displays
Sources say that LG is set to provide a mix of LCD and OLED displays for 2019's iPhones. Why? People were turned off by the cost of the iPhone X.
Home appliances and home entertainment made good money for LG this quarter, but low-end phone sales collapsed in a saturated market.
For the longest time, smartphone makers have used glass to protect the underlying display from damage. Could plastic be the future?
It's expected to replace the design that's been on the iPhone 8, 7 and others before with an iPhone X-like approach, but with some compromise.
LG has reportedly taken its fair share of Apple's orders for displays for its three new iPhones this year. How much is that share?
Sources say that this thin backlight is all for the sake of a thinner bezel line though whether or not it will have a thin bezel is up to other factors.
That's more than what was originally reported a week ago and some company blabbers are excited for the orders. So, what's next? A foldable iPhone?
The affordable 6.1-inch iPhone may launch with four or five colors at launch while the most premium 6.5-inch version may go for the gold.
Famous (or infamous) Apple analyst Ming-chi Kuo is back at a new investment firm and is tackling some predictions on what the company has to offer soon.
Both Samsung and LG have display divisions working on bone conduction audio passthrough for upcoming smartphones in 2019.
There's more evidence that the Pixel 3 XL will feature a display with a notch in it. But will LG Display do better than last year's effort?
The consensus from the analysts looking closely into this stuff is that this fall's 6.1-inch model will be more affordable than two more premium models in part because of its LCD screen.
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.
Taiwanese supply chain sources are calling for an affordable iPhone (at up to $800 starting price) lead the charts this year and a triple-camera iPhone next year.
On this week's show: Google is the favorite in the market to buy out light field camera maker Lytro while Huawei is said to be taking a slugging in the US.
Research and development has been happening for a long time, but foldable displays still aren't at the stage where they can survive three years of the bends.
Only 50 million OLED displays will supposedly be ordered for this year's most premium iPhones coming in September. But this view comes in conflict with another from this week.
A report claims that the company may purchase up to 130 million OLED displays for two premium iPhone models coming out this fall.
The use of an LCD as opposed to an OLED panel may cut down on costs, but will it reflect on the LG G7's consumer price tag?