But Samsung Display, the company’s unit in charge of building screens, is always looking into new technology, and giving up on old stuff is part of the push for innovation.
As a result, Samsung originally planned to stop the production of LCD panels by December 31, which means theoretically, we should be just two days away from the month the South Koreans wave goodbye to these panels once and for all.
But as it turns out, the production of LCD panels would continue without a deadline, and it’s all because they’re still selling like hotcakes.
If you’re wondering how this is possible since more and more companies are betting big on OLED, it all comes down to the crazy year 2020 has ended up becoming. Because so many people stayed home due to the global health crisis, sales of monitors and TVs have been on the rise… (read more)
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