At the third seminar Techno Systems Research, held recently in Tokyo, the company Samsung Electronics expressed their thoughts about the prospects for OLED-displays.
According to South Korean manufacturer, the first laptops with OLED-panel in 2010. And by 2015, the OLED-notebooks cover 28% of the market. Among the advantages of OLED highlights a wide range of operating temperatures, compatibility with the touch panel, high levels of recycling.
also predicts a gradual increase in diagonal OLED-displays mainstream segment. It is expected that the panel with a diagonal of 5 inch or more will in the mass market in the period from 2009 to 2010. The demand for larger panels will be due to the high incidence of entertainment and communication devices like MID and UMPC.
At the time the report was announced Samsung Mobile Display - a new subsidiary of Samsung Electronics and Samsung SDI. The formation of the new company should be completed in January next year. Samsung Mobile Display will specialize in the development and production of panels of small and medium-sized mobile devices.