BOE announced on its official Weibo channel that it supplies the foldable OLEDs to the Huawei Mate X and the Motorola Razr. We already know that BOE produces the 8" 2200x2480 foldable OLED used in the Mate X, but we did not know that BOE supplies the 6.2" 2142x876 foldable display used in the new Razr.

Motorola Razr 2019 photo

This is a bit of a surprise - as Motorola, on its official specs, says that the Razr uses a pOLED display which is an LGD brand.

The same announcement from BOE also reveals that the company is collaborating with Lenovo and it supplied it with the 13.3" foldable OLED it used in the prototype ThinkPad X1 foldable laptop it demonstrated in May 2019.

Lenovo 13.3'' foldable OLED laptop prototype photo



Interesting claims from BoE

I don't quite understand what basis BoE is making those claims because Lenovo clearly states that their new Lenovo X1 Fold is made in collaboration with LGD on their official website news. To add Motorola is a wholly owned subsidiary of Lenovo so it would be strange if the pOLED were not LGD panels.

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