iPhone 7 display to feature OLED To be produced by Samsung - Rumors about the upcoming iPhone 7 are spreading quite a lot lately. And for now, industry insiders are claiming that, this flagship by Apple – iPhone 7 is going to be an OLED display produced by Samsung
iPhone 7 display – beautiful OLED by Samsung
Reports are saying that, Apple has made a contract with Samsung to provide flexible OLED displays for their iPhone 7 flagship, expected to be launched later. Samsung Display is said to be contacting many display technology companies in South Korea to carry out the huge order from one of the biggest smartphone companies in the world – Apple. Production is for know, known to begin in Q1 2016 throughout 2017. It being said, we can start waiting to see iPhone 7 release some day in 2017.
Although no word has been revealed about the value of the deal Apple made with Samsng, it has been rumored that Samsung is about to invest a massive $7.47 billion and build up another factory and buy more facilities in order to meet up the demand. The targeted output for this flexible OLED panel will be no less than 30,000 up to 45,000 items every month. The figure itself is hinting for us a great amount of iPhone 7 being produced in the next 2 years. WOW
For now, in case you don’t remember, the iPhones we know are still using LCD Display. Apple Watch is the first Apple wearable and mobile device to feature an OLED screen. But putting it into an iPhone, and working with Samsung – the best display producers among all gonna be a great leap Apple makes for their future product.
Apple + Samsung = best iPhone 7 display quality?
Both Samsung and Apple are great legends of known by everyone in the smartphone industry. Also, both companies have been working together before, with Samsung supplying different components for iPhone, including A9 processor.