iPhones to get OLED Displays in 2017

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According to reports from coming out of China, Cupertino-based tech giant, Apple, had reached out to rivals Samsung and LG towards the end of 2015 to strike a deal to produce OLED panels for Apple. Reports further claim that this deal with the South Korean tech companies could well run over $12 billion.

iPhone 7 Concept

These Oled displays are expected to be for an iPhone 7s that Apple could launch in 2017, or could also be for the upcoming iPhone 7 if Apple plans to push back the date of launch a bit. The iPhone 7 is expected to come groundbreaking tech innovations and is looked as a device that Apple is banking heavily after the sub-par performance of the company in 2015.

OLED displays produce better colors, darker blacks, and offer more energy efficient operations than LCD panels have done in the past. Samsung has used AMOLED panels for many different Galaxy phones in the past several years, and probably it is time Apple also goes for the same displays.


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  • ?????? ?????
    March 4, 2016 at 9:36 pm

    Sometimes i think apple intentionally doing this or it is interpolitics of tech giants to make money throgh it. They have ability to made available most advanced mobile or gadget. I heard that scientist have more than thousands of innovation alredy exists, invented which seems futuristic for common people & is very helpful for making human being more convenient……..lot more

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    March 4, 2016 at 11:51 am

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  • Abhishek C Raveendra
    March 3, 2016 at 6:23 pm

    Windowsphone did it in 2013..

  • Shiv Sharma Kumaran
    March 3, 2016 at 3:45 pm

    As always apple is late to the copycat party. Proof that Android phone manufacturers are leading in innovation.

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