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Sony and Panasonic OLED partnership
Sony & Panasonic to jointly develop OLED-TVs in 2013

25 Jun 2012 | Rasmus Larsen |

The rumored Sony and Panasonic OLED partnership has been made official. The companies will start mass production of OLED-TVs in 2013.

Sony & Panasonic OLED partnership

Sony and Panasonic look to compete with the South Korean manufacturers in the OLED market, and has announced an OLED partnership.

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Sony and Panasonic will jointly develop OLED panels. Here you see Sony’s first 11-inch OLED-TV


The companies will jointly develop large-size OLED panels. Mass production will be initiated in 2013 and will be based on a printing-based method that allow them to produce low-cost OLED panels in large sizes and with high resolution.

The partnership marks the first time the two Japanese rivals collaborate on a large scale. The companies obviously plan to share know-how, technology and production methods but they underline that they will release differentiated products.

Not much more has been shared at this time but we also hear that the companies are looking into flexible OLED panels.

- Source: Panasonic / Sony press release



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