Samsung Display formally starts building its A6 8.6-Gen IT AMOLED production line

Samsung Display announced that is is starting to build its 8.6-Gen AMOLED production line, that will target IT applications (laptops, tablets and monitors). The new A6 line, will be located at Samsung's old L8 LCD line in Asan, that will be converted to AMOLED production. The company held a ceremony today.

Samsung's plan is to install all the major production equipment by the end of 2024, and begin full-scale production in 2026. 


SDC aims to be the first company to mass produce IT OLED display in a 8.6-Gen, as the industry moves to accelerate its adoption of OLED displays. Apple is expected to release two OLED tablets later this year. LG Display has reportedly decided to go ahead and build its own 8.6-Gen IT AMOLED line, in Paju, Korea. BOE has already confirmed its own 8.6-Gen AMOLED line (which will produce flexible AMOLEDs) in Chengdu.

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Posted: Mar 10,2024 by Ron Mertens