According to a new report from The Elec, Samsung is prioritizing its investment in developing two stacked tandem OLED panels as requested by Apple.
The company is reportedly postponing investment in a full-cut vertical deposition method for creating 8th-generation IT OLED panels, which it co-developed with Japan’s ULVAC. Instead, we will start investing in the half-cut horizontal orientation system that we have been developing with Canon Tokki. These panels are designed with the purpose of supplying Apple’s iPad with his OLED panels.
Samsung Display has been developing a full-cut vertical evaporator with Ulvac to produce OLED panels with a single stack or one RGB emitting layer to supply panels to Asus and other PC makers. I was. On the other hand, this is a project with Canon Tokki, which is developing a half-cut horizontal vapor deposition machine that creates a two-layer tandem OLED panel with two RGB emitting layers. Apple had asked display makers to develop his two stacked tandem OLED panels.
Apple is said to be releasing an OLED MacBook Air, an OLED 11-inch iPad Pro and an OLED 12.9-inch iPad Pro in 2024.
Supposedly, these devices will use Samsung’s two-stack tandem structure OLED panels, doubling the brightness of traditional OLED panels and quadrupling their lifespan.
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