Yesterday at the OLED Korea conference, LG Display detailed its future plans for its OLED TV business - and besides the expected flexible, transparent, rollable and 8K panels, the company also said it plans to start producing 48" OLED TV panels:

LGD's future plans for OLED TVs at OLED Korea 2019 photo

This is the first time we hear of such plans, and it will be very good news to the many consumer who waited patiently for smaller OLED TVs.

As LGD is increasing its production capacity and aiming to be able to produce 10 million TVs by 2021, it will need to expand its OLED market and this is probably what's behind the decision to finally maker smaller OLED TV panels.

LGD also says it will expand its 8K OLED TV lineup with 65" and 77" 8K panels.



Clearly a sign that they are

Clearly a sign that they are making progress with MMG...

42″ and 24-27″

42″ for TVs and 24-27″ for monitors would be even more interesting.



multi-mother glass

OLED panels are cut from a mother glass.  Traditional manufacturing, means you can not mix sizes on the same mother glass.  You cut all 65" or all 55".  

With MMG, you can customize manufacturing process to use different sizes even on the same sheet. I was quite lost until I saw this visual from this site:

Merck - Advancing Display, Advancing LifeMerck - Advancing Display, Advancing Life