Samsung: 10x AMOLED Supply In July, 2011

Posted: Sep 8 2010, 9:32am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

 
Samsung: 10x AMOLED Supply In July, 2011
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July can't come fast enough.

Samsung has been having some issues producing enough AMOLED displays to meet demand. That's the reason the Incredible has suffered such staggering shortages, and the reason most other manufacturers are shying away from AMOLED for the time being. Now the WSJ reports that a new production facility will open in July to ease these issues.

The new plant will be capable of producing some 30 million screens per month, while their current capacity is a mere three million. Lee Woo-Jong, VP of Marketing for Sammy's display business, says that he expects AMOLED device numbers to grow by 35 times by 2015. That would be some 700 million gadgets.

In total, Mr. Lee expects the global market for mobile devices to grow by 100 million, to a total of 2 billion this year. By 2015, he expects it to reach 2.7 billion.

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