Other companies too have distanced themselves from traditional LCDs, including LG and Panasonic.
Samsung plans to begin operation of its newly upgraded “quantum dot” line from 2021.
Slowly declining iPhone sales incurred a penalty from Samsung displays for not selling enough.
Apple's iPhones will also likely feature triple-lens rear camera arrangements come 2020.
The supply deal from Apple will mark Japan Display’s foray into the OLED display market.
The new 4K OLED panel is said to enter mass production by mid-February and arrive on laptops by March.
Samsung Display invested 150 billion won over six years to develop the leaked technology.
Besides Galaxy S10, the upcoming Galaxy A8s is also rumoured to feature an LCD Infinity-O display.
The firms said that after testing, the screen continued to function normally without any damage.
The iPhone X is a radical departure from Apple’s previous generation phones and is the first iPhone to feature an OLED display panel
Predictions show sales of mobile phone displays will hit $46.56 billion compared to $41.25 billion for TV screens that include LED and OLED.
Samsung is reportedly ready to test out a dual display smartphone that will help the company better understand the use case for its upcoming Galaxy X, folding phone.
Samsung Electronics' display manufacturing arm, Samsung Display, has reportedly finalized a deal with Apple to supply 60 million OLED panels for the upcoming iPhone.
Samsung's Exynos chips are not just meant for smartphones anymore. The Korean tech giant has announced that Exynos chips will now be powering the in-car infotainment systems in the next generation of Audi vehicles. Samsung Electronics will soon start focussing on the semiconductors-for-cars market.
Joining the ever-growing list of companies with foldable phone patents is Microsoft with its own take on the concept.
Samsung Display has been granted a patent for what it calls a new type of flexible display, by the US Patent office.
This deal is expected to be in the realm of $2.6 billion and clearly hints at the fact that Apple would most likely be switching to OLED panels for its smartphone displays next year.
Apple might now go the Samsung way and may reportedly manufacture a 5.8-inch iPhone featuring rigid AMOLED display panels in 2018 or even earlier in 2017.
South Korea's LG Display Co Ltd and the panel-making unit of Samsung Electronics Co Ltd will supply organic light emitting diode (OLED) screens for Apple Inc's iPhones, the Electronic Times reported on Wednesday citing unnamed sources.
Samsung seems to have increased production for its latest curved-display smartphone, Galaxy S6 Edge to meet up with growing demands.