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Oct252018

DISPLAY TECHNOLOGY NEWS ROUNDUP 10.25.18

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The Bruising Brawl Over OLED "'Almost every company is investing to compete with Samsung,' says Jerry Kang, who leads display technology analysis at IHS, the market research firm, from Seoul. 'The other companies are trying to rapidly follow.'" via Fortune

The K Group mission: Q&A with Foxconn display chief Jyh-chau Wang "I think OLED is likely to be a transitional technology and there is no way for it to replace LCD. This trend is quite obvious in the TV sector, with OLED TVs likely to stay only at the top-end segment. The OLED technology will face more challenges when the advantages of mini LED technology come to full play." via Digi Times

Sharp makes long-awaited OLED foray, wary of big spending "Sharp will offer OLED panels in its new smartphones later this year and plans to sell the screens to other manufacturers, although it has signaled it is wary about a rapid expansion in OLED as momentum for the thinner but more expensive screens slows." via Reuters

Samsung Display Unveils Next-Generation Ultra-realistic Displays "...it introduced haptic on display (HoD) technology, which allows users to feel vibrations of the display with their fingers. ... It also created an exhibition space to see the progress of OLED full-screen technology at a glance and introduced fingerprint recognition technology and sound built-in technology..." via Business Korea

South Korea's LG Display says trade wars weigh on global panel business "South Korea's LG Display Co Ltd ... said trade conflicts would undermine the global panel business, as it posted a 76 percent fall in third-quarter profit on Wednesday despite a seasonal price boost." via WSAU