Samsung will cut LCD and accelerate push QD-OLED panel
On August 20th, according to foreign media GSMArena, Samsung has begun to limit its LCD production line in South Korea and allocate more resources to the new QD-OLED screen.
According to the report, due to the decline in profitability and demand, Samsung has begun to limit its LCD production line in South Korea, and will focus on the new QD-OLED screen. Recently, Samsung Display CEO Li Dongxun has said that QD-OLED panels will be launched in the near future. However, the company has not yet provided QD-OLED production plans and other details.
It is understood that QD-OLED has the advantages of OLED panel, coupled with the technological advantages of Samsung's quantum dot TV, there are almost no competitors in the current market. Quantum dot displays are essentially a mix of traditional LCD and OLED displays, using a separately illuminated blue LED that converts light into red and green, consuming less power.
According to industry analysts, Samsung plans to invest 10 trillion won ($8.3 billion) in QD-OLED production. The first product will be high-end TV. In addition, some insiders said that with the reduction of LCD panel production, Samsung will accelerate the commercialization of QD-OLED to maintain its leading position in the high-end display market.