As per a new report by Korean source ET News, LG is preparing to supply flexible OLED display panels to Apple for the iPhone XII in 2020. It is likely that this move was prompted by Samsung’s steep pricing for its OLED panels which is estimated to have touched $100 for the iPhone X and
As per a new report, Apple’s partnership with #Samsung for the supply of components could be strengthened over the years to come. It is being said that starting 2018, #Apple might be looking to get hold of their OLED panels for the iPhone models. This would make the iPhone 8 the likely candidate to receive Samsung’s display technology,
Back in April LG announced that they would be bring out a series of curved OLED HD televisions to the market, they seem to just around the corner from reserving a place in your living room. A translated press release says that the displays that cost $13,500 will start to ship to retailers in
Google and Samsung have come to the agreement that Google will use the OLED displays manufactured by Samsung in the consumer edition of Google Glass. This is brilliant news for Samsung as they’ve been competing with LG in the OLED display market, this contract will place Samsung in the lead between the two display manufacturers.
In light of the recent developments in the tech world, we can be sure of one thing, there is not full stop. When you talk about electronics these days, you know that the amount of choices that you have is enormous. Well, this is basically because of increased competition. Every company tries to capture the
The smartphone war between South Korean rivals LG and Samsung heats up again. This time the subject is HD. We’ve already seen the LG Optimus HD LTE in the form of the LG Nitro on AT&T however LG has snuck another word into the name of the phone and that word is True. Why would