Samsung to Supply 180-200 Million OLED Displays to Apple in 2018

In year 2017, Samsung has supplied around 50 million OLED panels for the iPhone X. Most of us know it that Samsung is producing outstanding OLED displays. Which is the best display on a smartphone. Samsung to Supply 180-200 Million OLED Displays to Apple in 2018.

Samsung also supplies displays to Apple for the iPhone X. No doubt OLED panels are the best on the market and that’s why Apple wants to continue to buy. It has been reported, that next year Samsung will supply Apple with 180 to 200 million flexible OLED panels.

Samsung to Supply 180-200 Million OLED Displays to Apple in 2018

These numbers are four times more than the 50 million. As mentioned above that Samsung has already supplied panels to Apple and price of each panel is roughly $110. So we can estimate that Samsung will make $19.8 to $22 billion revenue by supplying displays to Apple.

Compared to around 60 percent earlier this year, Samsung has achieved around a 90 percent yield rate, which means that it is getting more efficient at making OLED displays that live up to Apple’s strict quality standards.

It seems that Apple is likely to remain dependent on Samsung for supply of OLED displays next year, which is good news for Samsung in the immediate but by 2019 the company is reportedly investing billions into LG building OLED display production lines dedicated to the iPhone.

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