The Wall Street Journal reports that the Chinese company BOE Technology claims to be the supplier of OLED displays for future smartphones iPhone.
Not so long ago, we reported that Apple plans to purchase screens for organic light-emitting diodes (OLED) from LG Display. The corresponding agreement, according to available information, has already been concluded. Until the end of 2018, as expected, LG Display will be able to supply the "apple" empire of 3-4 million OLED-panels for cellular phones.
And now it became known that to conclude an agreement with the Apple on the supply of OLED displays also counts BOE Technology. This firm already has experience of cooperation with the "apple" corporation. In particular, BOE Technology manufactures screens for tablets iPad and portable computers MacBook.
Thus, the likelihood of cooperation between BOE Technology and Apple in the field of OLED-panels for smartphones is quite high. In addition, earlier the Chinese company has already demonstrated a display based on organic LEDs in the style of the iPhone X - with a cutout at the top. This screen has a size of 6.18 inches diagonally and has a resolution of 2992 × 1440 pixels. The pixel density reaches 537 PPI (pixels per inch), and the brightness is 390 cd / m2.