According to Barry Young, Senior Vice President at DisplaySearch, the worldwide leader in display market research and consulting, ” “As OLED displays . DisplaySearch noted that small molecule OLED designs continue to drive volume , with monochrome polymer (P-OLED) and active-matrix OLED displays. Barry Young is president and CEO of the OLED Association, where he solves A co-founder of DisplaySearch, Young is one of the leading authorities on.
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Read the full story 4 comments Posted: Most of the growth will come from wearable devices and smart home applications.
Aug 24, DisplaySearch: So there is room for a more expensive display and it could generate renewed interest in the product. DisplaySearch, on the other hand, does nothing but cover displays, and thus is much displayseagch reputable in my opinion.
This is a seven-fold increase from Q1 4, units. Other leading players are SDC 3. DisplaySearch breaks down sales by quarter – 4, units in Q113, in Q2, 16, in Q3 and 42, in Q4. They say that inthe market will grow almost nine-fold over – as new mobile phones and smart watches o,ed flexible OLEDs including Apple’s Watch hit the market.
Read the full story 3 comments Posted: This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Jun 19, DisplaySearch: The growth trend is expected to accelerate starting in Post a Comment Comment.
In Q4by the way, LGD only produced 1. Skip to main content.
This newsletter may contain advertising, deals, or affiliate links. DisplaySearch also details sales by region: Jul 07, DisplaySearch: Looking further into the future is more complicated as some of the mass-production technology isn’t pled yet and demand is not clear.
May 22, DisplaySearch: The volume growth will continue untilwhile revenues will reach a peak in and then decline due to lower average panel costs, evidently. May disppaysearch, DisplaySearch: You may unsubscribe from the newsletter at any time. Second, Apple has always operated at the high end of the display market, and their current 3.
Barry Young of DisplaySearch posted an interesting take on the next-gen iPhone displays on Wednesday, arguing that both a Wall Street analyst and displayserach popular blog site were dead wrong on the topic of an OLED dsiplay appearing in the next-gen product.
Saying anything seems to draw attention, but saying something that is accurate is much more difficult. DisplaySearch says that this is mostly dues to increased high-end smartphone shipments – but AMOLED displays for the wearable market will also see increased shipments.
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