LG Display on Wednesday said it shifted to a net profit in the fourth quarter of 2020, on the back of increased demand for its panels for IT products and sales of OLED displays amid the pandemic-induced stay-at-home trend.
Samsung Display said Thursday it will mass-produce organic light-emitting diode (OLED) displays for laptops with a higher refresh rate in the first quarter of the year as the Korean panel maker eyes increasing sales amid the pandemic.
Korea’s exports in December totaled $51.41 billion, surpassing $50 billion for the first time in 25 months since November 2018.
A model poses beside LG Display’s transparent organic light-emitting diode (OLED) panels inside LG Science Park in Magok-dong, western Seoul.
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LG Display turned a profit for the first time since the fourth quarter of 2018 as the shipment of panels for computer monitors and laptops shot up on increased demand from people working and studying at home due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Samsung Display, a display affiliate of Samsung Electronics, has commercialized a new power-saving function for displays called adaptive frequency. The system is being used for the first time in the new Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
LG Display continued to lose money in the second quarter, beset by falling demand for televisions and smartphones in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and stagnant prices of liquid crystal display panels.
Samsung Electronics is in talks with competitor LG Display for the purchase of display panels, industry sources said Monday, amid its transition to production of next-generation display.
The arms race in smartphones continues as LG Electronics files patents for phones in which the screen folds like a scroll. It also filed patents for screens that fold a number of times on themselves.