Samsung reportedly will source large-size LCD TV panels from LG Display

13 July 2020, 03:00:08

Samsung reportedly will source large-size LCD TV panels from LG DisplayGoing on "industry sources", Yonhap news agency reports that Samsung negotiates with LG for purchasing LCD TV display panels. Samsung has already announced its decision to leave the LCD panel business and various reports have linked it to source LCD panels from various suppliers, including CSOT and AUO as well as Sharp, owned by Taiwan's Foxconn Group. If the deal happens, analysts expect that LG Display's supply volume to be worth 1-2 trillion won. LG Display plans to supply large-size LCD panels from its plant in Guangzhou, China. The two companies have a similar history - in 2017, when Sharp cut display supply to Samsung, it received 65-in and 75-inch TV panels from LG Display.Source

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