Recently several display producers in Korea and China started to produce mobile flexible OLED display, aiming to compete with Samsung Display for the high-end part of the smartphone display market.

Huawei Mate 20 Pro Green Tint photo

Some of these new displays suffer from display quality issues - whether from the display itself (as was the case in the first LGD pOLEDs used in the Google Pixel 2 devices) and some from the assembly contacts (which seems to be the case in the Huawei Mate 20 Pro).

As OLED makers aim to compete on the high-end of the market, it is vital to be able to produce the best performing AMOLEDs - and the market standard is set by Samsung Display's Super AMOLED displays.

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