Samsung plans to produce 80 million OLED screen for iPhone 8




Samsung plans to produce 80 million OLED screen for iPhone 8 phone before end of 2017

Apple plans to ship about 50 million units of the iPhone by the end of 2017.
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Samsung is preparing to provide 80 million OLED screen by the end of 2017 for Apple’s upcoming iPhone 8 . Although the launch of the phone is still expected to be delayed.

“Sources from the supply chain said that Samsung and other component manufacturers had been prepared to supply components not only for the iPhone 8 but for the iPhone 7S series as well.

Apple’s demand is expected to capture about half of Samsung’s production capacity for the remaining six months until the end of 2017. Samsung’s remaining production will mostly be used to provide its own needs, but it is also said that Samsung may retain some of its remaining production in anticipation of additional Apple applications.

Apple is planning to ship about 50 million units of the iPhone 8 by the end of 2017, but the phone will only have 3 million units when it starts selling, the Digi Times said. The report says the real mass production of the device will not rise in volume until mid-September.

The Digi Times report reiterates two earlier reports that Apple has signed an agreement with Samsung to supply next-generation iPhone screens.

With regard to the other leaked specifications for the iPhone 8, it is said that it will provide a curved screen of the two sides of the type “OLED” OLED covering the front end completely to be measuring 5.1 or 5.2 inches.

It is also rumored that the iPhone 8 will come with curved back glass cover, support wireless charging, fast charging, dual background camera, and without “main” button.


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