TCL's chairman, Tomson Li, gave an SID DisplayWeek speech, during which he predicted that the next-gen large-size displays will be printed OLEDs. Tomson said that global partners are welcome to join TCL and co-develop printed technologies, processes and materials.
During the DisplayWeek exhibition, TCL's CSOT subsidiary demonstrated three new AMOLED display prototypes, including a 5.5" PWM LTPS OLED and a 31" OLED TV panel. In May 2014 TCL announced plans to co-develop 5.5" LTPS AMOLEDs with Ignis innovation, I do not know if the new 5.5" demonstrators are based on this collaboration.
Interestingly, while Tomson says that next-gen TVs will use printed OLED panels, he also says that Quantum Dot LEDs will play a vital role in the future. QD-TVs (which TCL already produces) are already very popular in China - and in fact they are "equally satisfactory as or even better than OLED TVs in many major performance indicators".
Last year TCL Group announced that it is going to raise $926 million to build CSOT's T2 8.5-Gen fab, we're not sure if this plan is still underway. This fab will use Oxide-TFT substrates and will produce both LCDs and AMOLEDs. In addition to this upcoming 8.5-Gen, CSOT is also building a 6-Gen display fab in a 16 billion RMB ($2.5 billion) investment.