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Company News >> Samsung Display will start trial production of QD-OLED next month: it is reported that it will burn the screen 11th,Jan,2021
                                           According to South Korean media reports, Samsung Display will start QD-OLED trial production next month. This new production line is called Q1 and is located in Asan City, Chungcheongnam-do, South Korea. It is mainly responsible for the production of QD-OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) panels.

According to reports, starting in December, Samsung Display will take about 3 months to complete the necessary production steps, and it will take about 6 months to stabilize the yield. It is estimated that the production capacity of 15,000 per month can be reached at the beginning of the first quarter, and the production line can reach the production capacity of 30,000 pieces per month at full capacity.

Samsung Electronics plans to ship 2 million miniLED TVs next year. The South Korean technology giant expects that these products will compete with LG's OLED TVs in the high-end segment in the next two to three years. If it succeeds, it may move to QNED more actively, rather than invest too much energy on QD-OLED.

However, South Korean media previously reported that Samsung's heavily invested QD-OLED (announced in October last year, invested 10.85 billion US dollars in research and development, or about 73.5 billion yuan), they will be left out by themselves.

According to the report, Samsung Display is currently facing a problem that they did not anticipate. Samsung Electronics is hesitant to adopt QD-OLED screens. It may not ship next year or may not use it at all. In terms of next-generation screens, Samsung Electronics wants to focus more on microLEDs, because they found that TVs with QD-OLED screens did not meet their expectations in terms of brightness, and there were problems with burning screens.

Samsung Display will supply QD-OLED TV panels to TCL next year, and TCL has decided to order QD-OLED screens from Samsung Display. Samsung Display will also supply QD-OLED screens to Sony and Panasonic.

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