Consumers' enthusiasm for iterative upgrades of smartphones is being passed on to upstream suppliers by mobile phone manufacturers, and this has to be mentioned in OLED displays . At present, the high-end product lines of Apple, Samsung, Huawei, OPPO, VIVO and other brands use Samsung's small and medium-sized OLED screens , including the recently launched Apple iPhone X. The bright color Samsung OLED screen is one of its core selling points.
Having said that, today's global mobile phone manufacturers can use high-quality OLED screens, and thanks to Samsung's almost stubborn persistence many years ago. As early as the beginning of this century, the OLED industry is still in its infancy, with Japanese companies taking the lead and technological breakthroughs facing great uncertainty. In this context, Samsung, as a rising star, was once ridiculed by the Japanese industry, calling it "Samsung mass production OLED screen is equivalent to climbing Fuji Mountain."
With its diverse layout in the technology field, Samsung may be keenly aware of the opportunity – OLED represents the direction of future display technology development. Because compared with the traditional LCD screen, OLED has an overwhelming advantage in terms of lightness, contrast, outdoor visibility, and flexibility of bending. Simply put, OLEDs can best meet the needs of people for "thin, light, economical, and good" displays.
Now, after more than ten years of hard work, Samsung’s pre-judgment and current leadership in the OLED industry have made many mobile phone manufacturers admire. As Liang Xinqing, executive vice president and secretary general of the LCD Branch of China Optical Optoelectronics Industry Association, said, “Samsung is in the leading position in the display industry for more than ten years and is in a leading position in technology.” It is based on Samsung’s prejudgment. Only then did the OLED outbreak of today.