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Recent OLED News

New OLED gadget: Google Pixel 6 / 6 Pro

Google's Pixel 6 smartphone features a 6.4-inch 1800x2400 90Hz AMOLED display, an under-the-display fingerprint sensor, Google Tensor chipset, dual camera setup, 8GB of RAM, 128/256 GB of storage and 5G connectivity.

Google Pixel 6 photo

The Pixel 6 Pro sports a larger and higher-quality display, a 6.7-inch 1440x3120 120Hz LTPO AMOLED. The Pixel 6 Pro also features a larger battery and an improved triple-camera setup.

Reports suggest BOE will produce 15 million OLED panels for Apple in 2021

According to a report from China, BOE will produce around 15 million AMOLED panels for Apple in 2021, or about 10% of Apple's total OLED panel orders.

Apple iPhone 12 photo

BOE is supplying displays for refurbished iPhone 12 devices, and Apple is now looking into adopting BOE's panels in the iPhone 13. It is likely that the 15 million shipments estimate relies on Apple's approval of BOE's iPhone 13 panels, and even so it might be a bit optimistic that BOE will supply so many panels by year's end.

New OLED gadget: Realme Watch T1

The Realme Watch T1 sports a 1.3" 416x416 round AMOLED display, NFC, 4GB of storage and heart rate and blood oxygen level sensors.

Realme Watch T1 photo

The Realme Watch T1 will start shipping in November 2021 for 699 Yuan (around $110).

P&H signs an OLED material supply agreement with Dupont

According to reports from Korea, P&H Tech signed a long-term contact with Dupont, for the supply of OLED materials. The deal, worth $6 million USD (paid up front), will last until 2028.

It is not clear what kind of materials will P&H Tech supply - whether these will be OLED intermediates or OLED stack materials, as P&H supplies both. The company did say that the materials it will supply to Dupont "can improve the life and luminance of OLED panels".

Panasonic launches a new stretchable film, suitable for OLED substrates and encapsulation films

Panasonic announced a new thermoset stretchable film for printed electronics, called Beyolex. Panasonic targets several applications for its new film, including OLED substrates and encapsulation film.

Panasonic Beyolex photo

Beyolex is based on a proprietary non-silicone thermoset polymer chemistry developed by Panasonic researchers at the company's Electronic Materials laboratory in Osaka, Japan. The film features softness, conformability, high temperature resistance, and ultra-low permanent deformation after stretching.

LGD installs transparent OLEDs at one of the lines of the Moscow Metro

In February 2019 LG Display started producing its 55" FHD 38% transparent commercial OLED displays, and the company recently announced several projects that utilize its 55" transparent OLED displays.

One of these projects is the installation of transparent OLEDs on subway train windows in China - in Beijing and Shenzhen. We now learn that the Moscow Metro has launched a pilot project, in which transparent OLED displays were installed in the windows of the cars on the Line 7 of the Moscow Metro.