Google Glass to utilize Samsung's OLED display technology
Google wants to bring its partnership with Samsung to a higher level. According to The Korea Times, Google is planning to utilize Samsung Display's OLEDtechnology on its Google Glass. Google CEO, Larry Page, has reportedly visited Samsung Display’s OLED production plants in Tangjeong, South Korea, to be briefed about the details of the business. Sources told the paper that Google's top management has already approved Samsung's business proposal to use its display technology.
“Samsung will supply its high-end OLED screens for Google Glass. This is a really big thing because its means that Google shares confidential data with Samsung on its futuristic projects,” one source said. Another source had this to say about the partnership: “Google treats Samsung as a very serious business partner as the latter has proven its capability in its parts-related businesses. The decision will help Samsung further boost its OLED business.”
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