Several South Korean media reported that Samsung Electronics is in talks with LG Display to be able to purchase millions of OLED TV panels in the coming years. However, the head of Samsung Monitors division dismisses these stories as rumors.
Among other things MTN claim Conversations between LG Display and Samsung Electronics are very advanced and that delivery could start this year. Samsung will have 1 million OLED TV panels in the second half of 2021 which will grow to 4 million panels next year. LG screen expected in 2022 To be able to produce more than ten million OLED panels.
Reverse IT Chosun zegt However, Samsung Electronics through display chief Jong-Hee Han, the supply of OLED panels to Samsung is “rumors only”. A Samsung Electronics employee also says that there have been no talks between the two companies about purchasing OLED panels. An anonymous source on LG Display told IT Chosun that these talks have already taken place, but it is unclear if the two will reach an agreement.
ETNews writes It is possible that Samsung is talking to LG due to the increasing cost of LCD screens. Among other things, deficiency of chips may cause such ingredients as Show leadership chips It became more expensive. The higher costs mean that Samsung has lower margins on its TVs. This is why it wants to switch to OLED panels, because OLED TVs are more profitable. Sidely notice Samsung Display itself will stop producing LCD panels this year, as Chinese suppliers can deliver panels for less money.
Samsung may want to use OLED panels as a temporary bridge even Samsung’s QD OLED TVs. to me Previous rumor Samsung Display is working on TV and screen prototypes based on these QD OLED panels. Samsung screen uses blue OLEDs with quantum dots and red and green color filters. Samsung Electronics, a business unit that manufactures televisions from panels However you have concerns about that From products, from Rate of Return And the maximum brightness.
Perhaps Samsung wants to prevent it from having to sell LCD TVs at lower margins while its QD OLED TVs are not yet available, so it will buy LG screens based on white OLeds. This LG Display technology is the foundation of all current OLED TVs on the market and so far Samsung has always chosen to ignore this and mainly use it on its QLED TVs, which are still LCDs. This year, Samsung, just like other brands, is introducing what is needed as well Mini televisions in the market. These are also LCD TVs. If Samsung were to really handle LG Display, that would be a big change of course.