2019 iPhone Version to Sport New Samsung Touch-Integrated Flexible OLED Display: Report

Apple has supposedly hit an arrangement with Samsung for touch-integrated flexible OLED panels supply for one year from now iPhones. These new OLED display panels will be integrated into something like one of the 2019 iPhones, claimed to be called the iPhone 11. These new panels will help Apple in making the new model thinner and lighter than the present generation iPhones. Samsung will initially have the capacity to deliver these new touch-integrated flexible OLED panels in limited amounts, which is the reason just a single variant will see the new display.

ETNews reports that a Samsung official went to meet Apple in March this year, to propose the supply of these new panels. The report expresses that the two organizations have now settled upon an arrangement to supply the new touch-integrated flexible OLED panels for one of the models of the iPhone launching one year from now.

Samsung Display is the first to make these touch-integrated flexible OLED panels, and these panels are said to make the cutting edge iPhone significantly thinner and lighter. This will be made conceivable as Samsung has figured out how to integrate the touchscreen functionality into the display itself, eliminating the need to integrate a different touchscreen panel (TSP). The expulsion of TSP will likewise lessen the part cost, giving Apple more space for the upgrade in different offices. Samsung calls its touch-integrated flexible OLED panel as Y-Octa (Youm On-Cell Touch).

Apple's endeavors to diminish Samsung reliance for display supply have been ongoing since a year ago. While Samsung has been the selective supplier for OLED panels for the iPhone X, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max, LG is said to begin producing OLED panels for iPhone XS Max from this month. For any situation, Samsung now has these selective touch-integrated panels that it will supply for no less than one of the iPhone models one year from now.

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