Google Offers $880 Million Investment in LG for Secure OLED Panels for Pixel Smartphones


According to the latest reports, Google Offers $880 Million Investment in LG For Secure OLED Panels for Pixel Smartphones. The company just wanted to make sure that it would not have supply issue for its upcoming pixel smartphones.

Google Offers $880 Million Investment in LG for Secure OLED Panels for Pixel Smartphones

According to the Electronic Times, Google is investing to get stable supply of OLED screens. Earlier last year, Google asked Samsung for AMOLED screens for its Pixel smartphones. Now Google has asked LG for OLED screens for its upcoming Pixel smartphones.

As now, Toshiba has decided to sale its flash memory unit. Google is also showing its interest to buy Toshiba’s Flash memory unit. Earlier, the company has some bidders including, Western Digital, South Korean chipmaker SK Hynix, and US chipmaker Broadcom. But now the number of bidders increased, as Google, Amazon and Apple has showed their interest in the bidding.

For More Details Also Read: Google, Amazon and Apple to Join Bidding War for Toshiba’s Flash Memory Unit

Recently, the tech-giant Google apologized for letting ads to come with abhorrent videos on YouTube. High-profile firms like Marks & Spencer and HSBC removed advertising for British markets from Google sites.

The company also said that it would appoint more staff and hasten the process of removing ads from hateful and offensive content. In order to stop attacks on people based on their race, religion or gender.

See Also: Google to Update Policies to Prevent Undesirable Content

Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger focuses on providing the latest information regarding the innovations happening in the IT world. She likes reading, photography, travelling and exploring nature.
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