According to a number of Korean sources, Samsung is said to be in talks with LG to acquire a wide range of OLED TV screens.
It appears that Samsung is close to closing a deal to acquire millions of OLED TVs from LG, indicating its move away from LCD screens with its QLED TVs, which use a combination of quantitative dot color filters and backlighting LCD screens.
According to reports, officials from both Samsung and LG have met to discuss OLED screens, and according to people familiar with the matter, one official said, “We haven’t signed a supply contract yet, but we just need to conduct business-level consultations to finalize the details.” Another official claimed that these negotiations were not new, but that they had never made a deal before.
Reports indicate that one million screens will be supplied to Samsung in the second half of this year, with this number rising to 4 million in 2022. It is noteworthy that it is not usual for Samsung to request screens from LG, which is its biggest competitor, but it seems that the matter is It is due to Samsung’s recent decision to use OLED technology instead of LCD QLED TVs.