CMEL expects its yield for AMOLED panels rise to 85% by the end of 2008 from the present 70%, and the company is mulling installing a new production line (5G or 5.5G) for the segment sometime in the future, according to company president Douglas Park.

The company's second line will be operational in October, and CMEL expects about 800,000 units (2.8") per month from both lines. CMEL plans to make large-size segments in 2010.

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