According to the TheElec report, Samsung Display announced on May 12, 2021, that it will lead a South Korean project to develop oxide thin-film transistor (TFT) technology for 1,000ppi OLED panels.
Samsung Display officials said their goal is to develop a new type of oxide TFT thin-film transistor that supports electron movement ten times faster than existing products. According to information, this technology is expected to be successfully developed in 2024.
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In addition, Samsung Display is also committed to reducing TFT power consumption and manufacturing costs. However, the current display density of the OLED screen used in smartphones can reach 643ppi, which is a 4K screen equipped with Sony Xperia Pro and Xperia 1 III.
If Samsung succeeds in the research and development of this technology, it will make the screens of smart devices more refined, while greatly improving the display effects of smartwatches, VR head-mounted displays, and other products.
According to previous reports, Samsung Display and LG Display announced that they will provide flexible OLED panels for the Apple iPhone 13, which will be launched later this year, of which Samsung will provide 110 million for Apple.