Apple is set to use a new display maker in the next generation of iPhone – BOE. Wired gives a good overview of the relatively unknown company.
The company, which was founded in Bejing in 1993 and acquired the STN-LCD and OLED business of SK Hynix in 2001, is ranked second in the world for flexible OLED shipments, holding a market share of 11 % in the first trimester. of this year. It is naturally still far behind market leader Samsung, which held 81% of the OLED market share in the same quarter. Yet with a significant share of the OLED market already under its belt, it might not be too surprising – at least now – that the company already has some renowned allies. BOE’s display technology is currently being used in Huawei’s most popular smartphone models, including the premium P and Mate series, and it will apparently make the palm stretch screen this year. Huawei mate 40.
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