Flexible Displays


BOE Will Rule Flexible OLED Displays This Year

by Emory Kale

China’s OLED manufacturing capacity and its domestic market are weighing heavily on Korean minds.

Tags:AMOLED| BOE| China| Flexible Displays| foldables| Korea| OLED| showcase

OLED Panel Revenues Projected to Fall in 2023

by Shawnee Blackwood

While OLED TVs are expected to comprise 44% of the market area in 2023, down from 51% in 2022, OLED smartphones are anticipated to grow to 48%, driven mainly by a 29% unit increase for the 6.6” to 8” category.

Tags:AMOLED| DSCC| Flexible Displays| foldables| laptop| OLED| smartphone| TV

LG automotive displays at K-Display 2023

Samsung and LG at K-Display 2023: Frenemies Forever

by Emory Kale

LG and Samsung can cozy up to each other as they buffer against the threats of Chinese OLED manufacturing.

Tags:Automotive| Flexible Displays| K-Display 2023| LG| OLED| Samsung| showcase| Transparent Displays

Mobile Phone Panel Prices Expected to Stabilize in Q3’23

by Shawnee Blackwood

While the demand for rigid AMOLED panels is weakening, leading to further price declines, the domestic demand in China for flexible AMOLED remains robust.

Tags:AMOLED| Cinno Research| Flexible Displays| LTPS| Market Data| smartphone

Automotive Displays Part II: An Explosion in Creative Design

by Bob Raikes

Automotive is a particularly important market for the firms that do not see their present or future in the long term market for TV and other commodity panels.

Tags:Automotive| BOE| Display Week 2023| Dual Panel LCDs| Flexible Displays| LG Displays (LGD)| MicroLED| MiniLED| OLEDs| Rollable Displays| Samsung Display| showcase| Tianma| Visionox