If the probability of becoming an Apple industry chain supplier is equivalent to paying for it, then the probability of becoming an Apple OLED panel supplier is probably to go out to a Jinshan... The reason why this is because even if it develops today, it can become an apple. The iPhone X series OLED panel supplier is only Samsung, and the LG, which was once optimistic, was eventually out of production due to mass production problems.
As the world's largest smartphone market, China has never been a big supplier/powerhouse of smart phone components. As for the core components, it is like a chip, a system, a camera, etc., but this means that we have nothing, the facts. In the last two years, China's progress in mobile phone components is also commendable, even if it is still a big gap compared with Europe, America, Japan and South Korea. As the world's largest LCD panel manufacturer, BOE has increased its investment and research and development in the OLED panel business in the past two years, and has already achieved mass production. After the cooperation agreement with Huawei, BOE has been striving to enter the next generation iPhone of Apple. X's supply chain, but another company in China recently announced that it will achieve mass production of OLED panels. It is expected to start on its own mobile phone in the fall and strive to become an Apple OLED panel supplier next year.
This company is Foxconn, and the OELD panel manufacturer is the former Japanese LCD king Sharp, Sharp Vice President Nomura said that Sharp's OLED panel has been mass-produced in June, with a monthly capacity of about 2.2. Tens of glass substrates, Sharp's OLED panel will start with Sharp's own smartphone this fall, but it is clear that Sharp's own mobile phone sales are really helpless, so Sharp will target the Apple iPhone supply chain and other intelligence. The supply chain of mobile phone manufacturers.
At present, there are only a handful of manufacturers that can mass-produce OLED panels in the world. Samsung, LG, BOE, and Huiguang, Tianma and Sharp are the names, but the competition in this industry is gradually entering an unprecedentedly fierce state. Samsung's display division's profit was only 140 billion won, a year-on-year drop of 1.58 trillion won, because OLED panels are mostly used for high-end machines, while the purchase of high-end machines is obviously limited.
In the past many years, many of our companies have publicized technological breakthroughs, etc., but like the previous "chip fever", many of them disappeared in a blink of an eye. Nowadays, OELD has reported frequent news but no false prosperity or a strong rise? So how do you view the development status of domestic OLED panels?