Apple's iPhone X uses AMOLED screens, and several TV plants have introduced AMOLED TVs. Market research agency Fuji Chimera Research estimates that the global AMOLED panel market will reach 4.61 trillion yen (about US$41.36 billion) in 2022, which is approximately Three times in 2016.
At present, the AMOLED market is dominated by Korean factories, and AUO is mainly equipped with smart watches and other wearable devices. Innolux's OLED screens will be shipped from the end of this year to the next year, and it is also mainly shipped as a wearable device.
According to the report, mobile phone OLED panels and LCD panels will face an intersection in 2019, and the OLED panel market size will reach 26.3 billion U.S. dollars, exceeding the LCD production value of 21.7 billion U.S. dollars.
Apple iPhoneX adopts organic light-emitting diode (OLED) panels. Currently, the only supplier Samsung Display Co., Ltd. seems to be interested in raising prices and limited supply, and it is in favor of LeChem displays to become the second supplier. In addition to the Korean factory Le Gold Display (LGD), the Lujiazhuang Tianma Microelectronics, BOE and Taiwan Hon Hai Group are all willing to supply Apple's mobile phone OLED panel; LGD is the most promising supplier of Apple's OLED panel.