On Seeya's OLED microdisplays status and plans

OLED microdisplay developer Seeya Information Technology was established in 2016, and in 2017 it started building a $300 million OLED 300 mm microdisplay production line. Seeya's fab is now in operation, with a yearly capacity of around 20 million displays (monthly capacity of 9,000 300 mm wafers).

Seeya OLED microdisplay photo


Seeya quickly became a prominent display maker, who's currently producing high performance displays to global customers. The company says it's currently the world's largest OLED microdisplay maker by volume. Seeya's current standard displays include:




  • 0.49" 1920x1080 1,800 nits 90Hz
  • 0.62" 1728x1369 1,800 nits 90Hz
  • 0.83" 2560x1440 1,800 nits 90Hz
  • 1.03" 2560x2560 1,800 nits 90Hz

Seeya's display feature a pixel density of 3,000 PPI (it's 0.49" display is 4,500 PPI), brightness of 1,800 nits and a refresh rate of 90Hz. The display structure is white OLEDs with color filters (single stack). The IC process is either 80 or 110 nm.

Seeya technical roadmap (2021)

See is now developing its next generation displays. It plans to increase the pixel density which will enable the production of 4K displays. The display structure will be upgraded to a tandem stack architecture and Seeya plans to introduce micro-lens improve efficiency and brightness. The refresh rate will be upgraded to 120Hz and the IC process will be improved to 55 nm.

Seeya's long-term targets are to achieve a 6K resolution (6,000 PPI) and an IC process of 40n. In Seeya's roadmap, the OLED structure will be a direct-emission one (RGB, no color filters) which will drive brightness and efficiency much higher.

Seeya does not detail yet about its actual timeline for the next-generation displays and its long-term roadmap.

Seeya is also developing light, thin and efficient optics, and is helping its customers with bespoke optic design and production.

If you are interested in Seeya's microdisplays, these are now available at the OLED marketplace. Check out more information over at the OLED Marketplace, or contact us now. If you want to get a comprehensive overview of the OLED and MicroLED Microdisplay market, consult our market report.

Posted: Jul 05,2021 by Ron Mertens