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Samsung remains the top smartphone display maker for Q1 2017 - GSMArena.com

Samsung was the top display maker in the world the first quarter of the year, raking in $3.5 billion of revenue. This accounts for 27.2% of global market share for smartphone displays or displays under 9 inches. This is all according to industry firm ...and more »

Samsung reportedly spending $21B to expand OLED capacity for 'iPhone 8,' future devices - AppleInsider (press release) (blog)

Possibly flush with OLED screen orders for the "iPhone 8," Samsung is reportedly beefing up its production capacity by building new factories at a pair of new sites in South Korea. Citing sources within the supply chain, ET News claims that Samsung has ...and more »

Samsung is reportedly building a new factory to keep up with demand for OLED screens - Business Insider

A new report from Korean outlet ET News says that Samsung subsidiary Samsung Display has begun construction of a new facility in South Korea to keep up with Apple's demand for OLED panels. ET News says that Samsung already expanded one of its ...and more »

Samsung Could Lose Grip on OLED Monopoly Thanks to Google & Apple - Gadget Hacks

The race is on to break Samsung's near-OLED Monopoly. Google joined the race back in April, reducing their reliance on Samsung's OLED's by supposedly investing about $880 million into using LG's OLED's for their Pixel phone screens. Now, Apple's ...and more »

Samsung reportedly building the world's largest OLED production plant as it chases more Apple orders - 9to5Mac

Samsung is said to be building the world's largest OLED production plant as it seeks to meet future demand for displays for the iPhone 8 and beyond. The report comes after the company reportedly shared its plans with manufacturers of production ...and more »

Apple could spend big for exclusivity over LG's OLED displays - Cult of Mac

Apple could make a significant investment in LG Display's new OLED production facility to ensure exclusive supply for future iPhones, according to a new report. The company is said to be considering a 2 trillion to 3 trillion won (approx. $1.75 billion ...and more »

Samsung Display to Construct World's Largest OLED Plant to Cater to Apple's iPhone Demand: Report - NDTV

Samsung is planning to construct the world's biggest OLED plants in South Korea to beef up production of flexible OLED screens for the upcoming Apple iPhone 8 and other devices. Samsung Display controls 98 percent of global markets for small and ...and more »

Apple considers investment in LG Display's OLED plant - The Investor

[THE INVESTOR] Apple is reportedly in talks with LG Display to invest about 2 to 3 trillion won (US$1.75-2.62 billion) into the Korean display maker's new OLED production lines exclusively dedicated to Apple orders. According to news reports on June 3 ...and more »

As iPhone 8 starts OLED journey, Apple leaving nothing to chance - SlashGear

Apple is moving to lock down supplies of one of the most important components for its next-generation iPhone, reportedly pumping cash into LG Display in return for parts exclusivity. The Cupertino firm is, so South Korean sources are reporting ...and more »

Apple Reportedly Investing in LG Display's New OLED Plant, Will Be Solely Devoted to iPhones - Mac Rumors

While Samsung remains the world's the dominant supplier of OLED panels and will supply Apple with up to 92 million OLED screens over the next two years, a new report today suggests that Apple is looking to diversify its supply chain by investing $1.75 ...and more »