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UBI Research foresees the flexible AMOLED market rising from $4.9 billion in 2016 to $40.8 billion in 2020 – a CAGR of 70%. According to UBI, in 2020 around one billion flexible AMOLEDs will be produced. UBI says that there is a high possibility that a foldable smartphone will be launched in 2017 to observe the market reaction – which means that it’ll be a low-volume high-end product – there are still many challenges towards a foldable device. Read more about UBI sees the flexible AMOLED market growing to over $40 billion by 2020
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According to IHS, demand for flexible displays is set to increase as the popularity of wearable and mobile devices with flexible displays increase. IHS says that the market will be around $3.7 billion in 2016 – and this will grow to $15.5 billion in 2022. In 2020 flexible displays will comprise 13% of the total display market by 2020. While currently the only devices that use flexible displays are phones and watches, this will expand to include tablets, near-eye VR devices, automotive and OLED TVs. IHS is counting both flexible OLEDs and E Ink displays. Read more about IHS sees the flexible display market reaching $15.5 billion in 2022
Today we published new versions of our Microdisplays and Flexible OLED market reports. OLED-Info provides comprehensive niche OLED market reports, and our reports cover everything you need to know about the niche market, and can be useful if you want to understand how the OLED industry works and what this technology can provide for your own industry. The reports are now updated to May 2015. The Flexible OLED Market Report : Why flexible displays and lighting panels are so exciting What kind of flexible displays are currently on the market What the future holds for flexible OLEDs How to acquire flexible OLEDs for your products The report package provides a good introduction to the flexible OLED market – present and future. It details both flexible displays and lighting technologies. Read more here ! Read more about OLED-Info's flexible and microdisplays OLED market reports updated to May 2015
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Market research company IHS says that the Galaxy S6 Edge †costs about $290 to build (that’s the 64GB model sold on Verizon) – and the flexible curved super AMOLED display (5.1″ 2560◊1440, 577 PPI) costs $85. Just for comparison, the GS5 BOM was estimated at $256 (and the regular GS6 is probably somewhere in between). Other expensive parts include the application chip ($29.5), the 3GB of DDR4 memory ($27) and the 64GB flash memory ($25). Read more about IHS estimates the flexible OLED used in the GS6 Edge at $85
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Today we published new versions of our Automotive and Flexible OLED market reports. OLED-Info provides comprehensive niche OLED market reports, and our reports cover everything you need to know about the niche market, and can be useful if you want to understand how the OLED industry works and what this technology can provide for your own industry. The reports are now updated to March 2015. The Flexible OLED Market Report : Why flexible displays and lighting panels are so exciting What kind of flexible displays are currently on the market What the future holds for flexible OLEDs How to acquire flexible OLEDs for your products The report package provides a good introduction to the flexible OLED market – present and future. It details both flexible displays and lighting technologies. Read more here ! Read more about OLED-Info's flexible and automotive OLED market reports updated to March 2015
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IHS says that OLED displays will make up 75% of all flexible display shipments in 2015. And this will pretty much continue until 2023 at least, as foldable tablets and large flexible OLED display will make OLED the leading flexible display technology in the foreseeable future. The second most popular flexible display technology will be e-paper , but these kinds of displays will mostly be used for wearable applications. The major advantage of e-paper is the extremely low power consumption. Read more about IHS: OLED to take up over 75% of the flexible display market
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Samsung Electronics Company is planning to release two latest versions of its amazing Galaxy Smartphone sooner, including a model equipped with three sides covering display, according to reliable sources. Both Smartphones will have 100 percent metal bodies and utilize Company‚Äôs highly developed processor chips. The 2nd model to be revealed in Spain at ‚ÄúThe Mobile Congress‚ÄĚ will just have the front facing display. However, both according will have a 5.1 inch screen. Samsung Electronics Co. has been beaten by new models of iPhones, the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 plus ceding world market share upon the wider screen devices confined sales in a part forged by the Samsung Galaxy S lineup. Samsung Electronics Co. Is the largest technology company in Asia is utilizing its abilities in chips and displays to summon up its modernism edge and renew profits which have drooping for three consecutive quarters.
LG Chem is ready to announce that the korean company completed their development of a truly flexible plastic based OLED lighting Panel. The first samples are available for their customers. The current bendable OLED lighting modules (F6BA40, F6BA30) are thin glass based and can only provide a limited bending of 75 mm. The new completely flexible plastic based panels increased the bending radios flexibility to 30mm which also eliminates the danger of the panel shattering when excessive force is applied. LG describe that the main problem to change from glass to plastic was to maintain the performance levels of efficiency, luminance, and CRI. LG Chem has overcome this challenge by adopting its expertise in barrier and encapsulation technology. The new plastic-based OLED light panel are 60lm/W efficiency, 75lm brightness, 3,000K in color temperature, and CRI over 85. Engineering samples are available at $250USD per panel. The mass production of the flexible panel is scheduled to begin in July 2015. Another milestone is that LG is ready to mass produce the world largest OLED lighting Panel 320◊320 mm.
DisplaySearch posted an interesting flexible OLED market forecast. They say that in 2015, the market will grow almost nine-fold over 2014 – as new mobile phones and smart watches with flexible OLEDs (including Apple’s Watch ) hit the market. Looking further into the future is more complicated as some of the mass-production technology isn’t ready yet and demand is not clear. DisplaySearch has three different scenarios for the flexible OLED market. In their “likely” scenario, the market will grow at a CAGR of 119% from 2013 – and will reach over $20 billion in 2021. Read more about DisplaySearch: the flexible OLED market may reach over $20 billion in 2021
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Japan Display 5.2-inch flexible OLED display – Display Innovation 2014 flexible SHEET OLED Full HD AMOLED from JAPAN DIsplay
Japan Display is proud to showcase a 5.2 inch flexible AMOLED Display at the FPD-International 2014 Display Innovation Event. This flexible OLED prototype is the first from Japan Display with a amazing thickness of 0.05mm! The panel is made with WRGB method with PI substrate and has a Full HD resolution with 423ppi. The thickness can be reached with TFE thin film encapsulation. This is a brand new panel, for a year the company introduced a 5.2 inch FHD OLED Panel with glass substrate. Some official from JDI R&D said that the mass production of this kind of panel is not decided yet. At Ishikawa JDI develops small and mid range AMOLED Displays for mobile devices. JDI called this display “Sheet OLED” and it can be curved but its not flexible/bendable. The panel is a results from the subsidies from Japans NEDO (New Energy and Industrial Technology development Organization). You remember that Japan Display, INCJ and Panasonic founded a new OLED focused company named JOLED . This company start in January 2015 and the plan is to control every OLED developments.