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Samsung Display to increase QD-OLED production later this year

26 Aug 2022 | Rasmus Larsen |

Samsung Display will increase production capacity for QD-OLED by 30% before the end of 2022 ahead of the introduction of 77-inch (TV) and 49-inch (monitor) panels next year.

After terminating all production of LCD TV panels in June, Samsung Display is ramping up production of OLED.

The company's yield rate for QD-OLED has reached 85%, meaning that 85% of the panels produced can be sold, according to a report by The Elec. Further efficiency gains will allow Samsung Display to increase QD-OLED panel production by 30% before the end of the year.

Higher yield rate and increased production capacity will help make QD-OLED products more affordable for consumers.

At this time, Samsung Display is capable of manufacturing 30,000 Gen 8.5 substrates (2200x2500mm) per month. These can be cut into smaller 34-, 55-, and 65-inch QD-OLED panels. The expansion will increase capacity closer to 40,000 substrates per month.


Sony QD-OLED

Samsung Display supplies Samsung Electronics, Sony, Dell and others with QD-OLED panels. Photo: Sony A95K

QD-OLED in 77 and 49 inches

The report reiterates that Samsung Display is planning to start mass production of 77-inch and 49-inch QD-OLED panels next year. The company will apparently position the 49-inch panel as a monitor panel. - "Samsung Display will also start to manufacture 77-inch and 49-inch versions of QD-OLED next year with the added capacity. This means the South Korean company will be manufacturing 55-inch, 65-inch and 77-inch versions of the panel aimed at TVs and 34-inch and 49-inch versions for monitors," reported The Elec. Last year, LG Display similarly increased production capacity for WOLED panels. Also read: Review: Sony A95K QD-OLED Samsung Display has yet to make a final decision to start the second investment phase for production equipment on its Q1 line. The Elec believes that this will depend mainly on Samsung Electronics' plans to launch more QD-OLED TVs and monitors. - Source: The Elec



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