Recently, it has been reported that Samsung will not use BOE (Chinese) manufacturers' display panels for the next Galaxy S generation. In addition, the source also quoted briefly that Apple did not "green light" for BOE.

However, more information keeps popping up and today, information from the supply chain has increasingly consolidated concrete for this issue.

Specifically, Samsung will be the manufacturer that will supply 80% of the OLED screen for iPhone because all 4 iPhone models launched this year own screen technology.

Meanwhile, the BOE supplier is said to have not passed the final test phase with Apple, since August last year. As such, this means that Apple will once again use more expensive but somewhat better OLED panels from Samsung.

However, according to the source, the use of BOE screen panels only appears in the first batch of iPhone shipped. It is still possible that the supplier will soon surpass Apple's standards and begin mass production of iPhone 12 OLED screens.


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