Samsung Display plans to expand its production of AMOLED displays for the U.S. on a massive scale beginning this quarter, targeting the premium IT markets.
The company hosted Samsung AMOLED Forum 2019, an in-depth technical seminar for the U.S.-based global computer ecosystem, in Silicon Valley (May 14-15).
It has also has begun presenting AMOLED technologies and 5G integrated solutions to computer OEMs around the world.
AMOLED displays are known not only for outstanding color reproduction, but also for properties that enable low power consumption, ultra-slim bezels and especially ‘thin-and-light’ designs.
For example, Samsung Display said that AMOLED panels deliver the best display specifications for notebooks, by enhancing the mobility and streaming capabilities for high-resolution gaming and graphics content.
In presentations, the technology giant is also highlighting AMOLED display solutions that have been optimized for cloud and streaming services that speed up the commercialization of 5G technology.
In addition, the company has revealed a wide range of next-generation products including an unbreakable display, a hologram-projection display, a multi-dimensional light-field display, and sensor-embedded panels, all of which will help users in a new era of multi-purpose, full-screen imagery.
Samsung 98-Inch QLED 8K TV cheaper by 30%
In related news, Samsung Electronics has lowered the price of a recently launched new 98-inch quantum dot QLED 8K TV model by nearly 30 percent to promote 8K TVs.
Samsung Electronics lowered the price of the 98-inch QLED 8K TV launched in the United States last month to the US$70,000 level. The price is about US$30,000 off from the originally announced price of US$100,000.
In addition, Sony, a rival of Samsung Electronics, set the price of an 8K LCD TV to be released next month at US$70,000.