Samsung was left with a surplus of OLED screens, after Apple decided to reduce the rate of production of iPhone X

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Samsung may end up with a surplus of OLED displays, due to the low frequency of the production of the phone iPhone X. now say that Samsung is looking for new customers to purchase part of the OLED screens remaining in their warehouses, but the task of getting rid of this surplus may be harder than you think South Korean company.

It may be difficult for Samsung to find new customers to provide them with screen OLED because most manufacturers are not willing to move on the use of OLED screens in smart phones, because of the high cost, this means that Samsung may face a decline in profits.

Most of the Chinese manufacturers working to find ways to cut the prices of its smart phones, and so they will continue to use LCD screens, which is cheaper by 40 percent compared with OLED screens. Only 5 to 10 percent of the phones Oppo and Vivo is that use OLED screens.

Reports indicate that Apple itself is committed to using the LCD screens in one of its smart phones new triangular which will be issued later this year. Finally, witness the display Division at Samsung known as Samsung Display increased competition from Chinese manufacturers and the company LG Display, this means that she will face more challenges to maintain its leading position.

 

 

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