The OLED Association says that Samsung has been investing in existing fabs, aiming to triple flexible OLED production by the end of the year. A new tool from Tera Semicon will be installed. Capacity will rise from around 3 million panels to 8-9 million. SDC will first expand production at its G5.5 A2 fab, says the OLED-A, due to higher yield rates than the G6 A3 line. Current cumulative yield rate is around 40%. The Association says that, due to the success of the Galaxy S6 Edge, flexible displays will be built into the Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy Note 7 and other future products.
It also said that the foldable displays that it has shown over the last year and a half may finally come into products.