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Highlights of the day: Samsung Display to be major OLED supplier for 5G iPhone
DIGITIMES staff

All of the iPhone models that Apple will launch later this year ae expected to come with OLED screens. Samsung Display reportedly will supply most of the OLED panels for the 5G iPhones, with LG Display and BOE sharing the rest. Qualcomm and MediaTek both remain confident about he 5G handset market this year, and they are expected to launch their respective entry-level 5G mobile SoCs in third-quarter 2020. Memory makers are also expecting recovery in consumer confidence in second-half 2020. Memory spot prices have already stablized.

Samsung Display secures majority of panel orders for next-gen iPhone: Samsung Display reportedly have obtained the majority of AMOLED panel orders needed for the production of Apple's 2020 iPhone lineup, with LG Display and BOE Technology sharing the remaining orders, according to industry sources.

Qualcomm, MediaTek to launch SoC solutions for entry-level 5G phones in 3Q20: Having just released their new or upgraded SoC solutions for the mid-range to high-end 5G smartphones recently, Qualcomm and MediaTek both are prepared to launch new SOCs for the entry-level 5G phone segment with the new offerings likely to come in the third quarter 2020, according to industry sources.

Memory spot prices stabilize: Memory spot market prices have stopped falling, indicating consumer sentiment could be improving, according to industry sources.

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