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  • Panel makers are gearing up to produce Full HD applications for high-end smartphones.

    Last update: Tuesday 19 March 2013 [8 news items]

Taiwan-based panel makers expected to delay mass production of Full HD handset panels

Mar 19, 19:35

AU Optronics (AUO) and Innolux Corporation are expected to delay mass production of Full HD handset panels until the second quarter of 2013, according to industry sources.

Samsung introduces Galaxy S4

Mar 15, 10:40

South Korea-based Samsung Electronics has announced the fourth generation of the Galaxy smartphone series, the Galaxy S4 that weighs 130g.

Samsung Galaxy S4

New HTC One unveiled

Feb 20, 10:44

HTC has announced its new flagship smartphone, the new HTC One, which features the latest Android Jelly Bean OS and LTE network technology, and is powered by a 1.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon...

New HTC One

Sharp sees shortage of 5-inch Full HD panels on Aquos Phone sales; to release new IGZO smartphone in 2013

Jan 3, 14:36

Sharp is reportedly witnessing a shortage of its in-house produced 5-inch Full HD handset panels due to explosive sales of its Aquos Phone SH930W in Taiwan, according to industry...

More smartphone vendors to launch models with 5-inch Full HD displays in 1H13, say sources

Dec 13, 16:31

Samsung Electronics, Sony Mobile Communications, LG Electronics, Huawei Device and ZTE are expected to follow HTC and Sharp to roll out smartphones with 5-inch Full HD displays in...

Innolux to mass produce 5-inch Full HD 443ppi handset panels in 1Q13

Dec 11, 21:28

Innolux is expected to mass produce 5-inch Full HD handset panels that have 443ppi in the first quarter of 2013, according to industry sources.

Tianma successfully produces Full HD and OLED panels during trial production period

Dec 3, 16:20

China-based Shenzhen Tianma Micro-electronics has successfully produced 4.5-inch Full HD and 3.2-inch OLED panels during a recent trial production run, according to industry source...

Japan Display to invest JPY30 billion in expanding smartphone panel production

Nov 27, 20:47

Japan Display will reportedly invest JPY30 billion (US$365.5 million) to expand smartphone panel production at its 4.5G plant to as high as 470,000 glass substrate units a month by...

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