According to reports in Japan, Sony is set to return to the mobile phone market. The Japanese company is apparently planning to use AMOLED displays in its flagship phones that will be launched in 2018 or 2019.

In the past Sony used AMOLED displays in many of its products - including digital cameras, PDAs (remember those?), MP3 players, VR headsets - and its 2007 11" XEL-1 OLED TV, its PSP Vita mobile gaming console, its latest 2017 A1E 4K OLED TV and its high-end professional monitors. But Sony never actually used an OLED in a mobile phone. Ten year ago, Sony Ericsson did release some phones with PMOLED displays, though - for example the Z610 with its 128x36 PMOLED that was not visible when off.

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