It seems that the news about the production of LCD screens or rather the decision to stop producing these screens by Samsung Display, would affect several large companies around the world and this involves companies such as Apple, for example.
According to account to Reuters This decision would be officially confirmed by the South Korean firm in the coming months and will put aside a technology that is more than squeezed according to some experts, although many others affirm that it is totally valid for many devices currently.
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OLED and AMOLED will be the only thing they produce according to these rumors
And it is that LCD screens are used in many devices but mobile technology is or rather it was the main one. With the passage of time, mobile devices are losing steam in terms of the installation of this type of screens (especially those of medium-high range) and directly mount OLED or AMOLED displays.
This news or rumor released by Reuters a few hours ago does not catch anyone again since a few months ago the company's production lines were already changing their assembly lines to produce more OLED and AMOLED panels than LCD panels, so the confirmation of this medium does nothing more than confirm what has already been leaked a few months ago in some specialized media.
Supply for companies until Milanese of the year
It does not seem that this cut in the production of LCD screens could affect large companies like Apple, which seeing this decision coming also confirmed agreements with other screen suppliers and even bet on mini-LED screen technology. In this way the devices that have to mount these LCD screens could become mini-LED in the coming months but there is no official confirmation of this by any person responsible for the firm.
What is clear is that Samsung guarantees the supply of this type of panel for its customers until the end of this year and obviously until the stock ends. Once these dates have passed, they will surely stop supplying customers with these panels since the production lines will go directly to OLED and AMOLED panels. Surely other screen manufacturing companies could also make the leap during the next few months or maybe for next year, what is clear is that LCD panels remain off the production lines of Samsung.