Only a premium iPhone model, set to be released this year, is known to feature an organic LED display (OLED); However reports suggest that this will not be the case for the second half of 2018 onwards. According to a report by Nikkei Asian Review, Apple is planning to use OLED display panels on all iPhones launched since the second half of 2018.
OLED is considered better than the liquid crystal display (LCD) any given day. The first provides a sharper color contrast than the LCD provides. In addition, it is flexible and therefore gives more space to smart phone giants to play around designing a phone.
Since the launch of the first Samsung OLED smartphone introduced in 2010, the smartphone industry has seen a sudden preference for OLED panels. Many Chinese smartphone sellers have also started launching OLED-based smartphones in recent years.
Among the models scheduled for launch this year, the iPhone 8 is said to sport OLED display, while the other two-iPhone 7 and iPhone 7s Plus to come with LCD display. This would be the first time that an Apple phone will feature OLED screen The screen is being manufactured by the display unit of Samsung, which currently leads the OLED display market. Samsung is required to deliver about 70 million OLED panels to Apple, but previous reports suggest that it will only be able to supply 3-4 million units to Apple before the launch of the iPhone 8, which means that Apple consumers may have Difficulties to get your hands on the premium model.happy wheels
Apr 10, 2017 0