According to a new report from the Korean market, Samsung Display would be already working hard to ensure a regular supply of AMOLED panels, for the long-awaited Galaxy S7 Edge. From what is reported by the internal division at the company, the initial capacity will be about 9 million panels per month, to stabilize in the weeks following the commercialization, according to market demands.
Asan plant in South Chungcheong province, will be the lines A2 and A3 to take charge of the first batches to produce, from the first will come out about 24,000 sheets of glass per month, while the second will produce only 15.000 monthly, this is because the line A2 uses a process called “5.5 generation” while line A3 is slightly ahead Thanks to a new sixth-generation method
From a glass Virgin of 6th generation can be obtained up to 300 5 inch panels, while using the process half a generation earlier, the number drops to 220 panels with a single plate. Clearly, these figures may change based on the rates of return, however, industry observers have estimated that both production lines, combined together, would be able to meet the target of 9 million flexible OLED panels per month, pushing their production capacity.
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