Samsung is known to produce the suitable OLED panels in the smartphone industry. Samsung Display International (SDI) supplied the initial set of OLED panels Apple used on its flagship phone – iPhone X. The company was Furthermore responsible for the OLED panels on this year’s iPhone XS and XS Max. Unfortunately, the price tag of the OLED panels took a Terrific chunk of the general production cost Therefore Samsung is reportedly providing a more low-cost option.
The inexpensive option which Samsung is touting for the next-gen iPhone XS Max doesn’t quite mean the OLED panels would be of low good quality. As a matter of fact, the panel known as Y-Octa panels were used on the Galaxy Note 9, S9 and S9+ and they deliver use of the in-cell touch technology. The tech enables for thinner, lighter, much inexpensive. The cheaper show will allow Apple to be extra flexible with the XS Max pricing upcoming year.
The source familiar with the industry moreover disclosed that the Y-Octa panels were estimated by Samsung for the production of the 2018 iPhones however that didn’t go down well with Apple because of to the yield. The yield could have increased tremendously hence the decision to use it on the iPhone XS Max 2019.