Rumor: LG and Samsung deliver from 2018 OLED screens for iPhones

Dec

30

2015

Samsung and LG were going to deliver from 2018 oled displays to Apple for use in iPhones. Apple and its South Korean manufacturers were close to an agreement. LG is already supplier of the OLED screens for use in the Apple Watch.

The Watch is the first Apple product with an OLED screen, because iPhones have hitherto always LCDs. ETNews reports based on anonymous sources that the agreement with LG as well as round, but that talks with Samsung less smooth, more margin because Samsung would want and would like to provide less insight into how it produces OLED screens. According to the agreements, Apple would pay for the expansion in capacity of the plants to enable the supply of OLED screens.

Both South Korean manufacturers would supply the panels from 2018. Samsung could make something more of the OLED screens than LG. All three manufacturers have not yet responded to the rumor. Rumors of an OLED screen in future iPhones go longer.

Where LCDs have a backlight, which pixels are illuminated from behind, giving the pixels of an OLED screen itself slightly. When displaying black stand them, making OLED screens offer a high contrast. In addition, LG and Samsung OLED screens in recent years made more economical. LG uses its own OLED display include his G-Flex series of smart phones, while Samsung longstanding commitment to the OLED screens in the Galaxy S series.

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