LG and Samsung have teamed up and are in the works for the production of OLED panels for Apple’s upcoming iPhone launching later this year. There were already several reports about Samsung bringing 120Hz displays to the upcoming iPhone 13 series.
Now a new report claims that Samsung Display has already begun the mass production of OLED panels with a 120Hz refresh rate and LTPO technology for the upcoming iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. It is said that Samsung will manufacture around 80 million OLED panels. Samsung Display is manufacturing the panels at its Asan plant.
In fact, LG Display has also teamed up and begun production of LTPS OLED panels for the iPhone 13 models recently. LG Display will manufacture around 30 million OLED units. LG Display is manufacturing the panels at the E6 line at its Paju plant.
It is certain that Apple will continue to sell the iPhone 12 and its older iPhone models even after the launch of the iPhone 13 series models, Samsung will keep supplying OLED panels for those smartphones as well.
It is reported that the South Korean giant will make a total of 120 million OLED units for Apple this year. Whereas, LG Display will produce 50 million OLED panels for iPhones. One more company is taking part in this deal, BOE, the Chinese display maker, will be producing 9 million OLED panels for Apple.
This year we will finally be able to witness an iPhone with a 120Hz display. What else do you expect from Apple with the new iPhone 13 models? Comment down below.