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LG Display will reportedly manufacture and supply Apple 400,000 OLED panels by the end of the year, becoming second supplier after Samsung.
New tablets are coming to the market, but these would be foldable devices according to new rumors that include LG and Lenovo working together
An Apple iPhone with LG display could be possible in the future as the company has been chosen as secondary OLED supplier by Cupertino.
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.
Concern for the global smartphone market determined LG Display to cut $2.7 billion from its investment plans to 2020, affecting its LCD business, not OLED.
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?
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?
Blame it on Apple's need to compromise on price and its unwillingness to compromise on that notch design. Or blame it on something else.
LG and HTC are said to not be involved in the design process for this new generation of pure Google phones, but they will have provided key resources for the Pixel 3 by the time it will go public.
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?
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.
The company is keeping OLED display technology with its more niche-aligned 'V' series releases as opposed to what's intended to be a mass appeal G7 ThinQ.
Apple will reportedly need to rely exclusively on Samsung for OLED iPhone screen production this year as well, as LG is not yet ready to join the supply fold.
Just in case you were wondering, that super-premium Porsche Design Huawei Mate RS sports a beautiful OLED screen manufactured by LG, which marks the beginning of the two companies' partnership.
The company's known for creating tiny, highly dense OLED displays for viewfinding in military, medical and virtual reality scenarios.
All 65 inches of it are flexible enough to roll up when you don't use your TV, you want to store it, or just want to save space.
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Most likely, all of them were made by Samsung Display. But this confirmation puts the mobile OLED display scene at a reset for the next big order: this year's iPhones.
More phones that can fold, bend and dance in your hands are coming in the next few years. Are you ready to pay for one? Might want to check the Axon M out.
But even with that red ink, LG's mobile communications unit has been improving with the whole of LG Electronics. There's also downward pressure on displays.
It's supposed to be that way in terms of its apparent "vibrancy." As to the rest of the issues people claim the Pixel 2 XL's plastic OLED display has?
It's definitely way too early to have any sort of guarantee regarding Apple's 2019 or 2020 iDevices, but a foldable iPhone could be on the horizon.
Really, it's no surprise that Samsung can command a premium on its mobile OLED displays when other display providers have yet to get up to Apple's spec.