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Domestic machines are accelerating the development of full-screen models

Domestic machines are accelerating the development of full-screen models

Domestic machines are accelerating the development of full-screen models

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Under the influence of Samsung Electronics S8 and Apple's ten-year version of the mobile phone, the global smartphone industry has set off a wave of 2: 1 full-screen switching. According to the latest news from the media, Chinese mobile phone manufacturers are accelerating the development of full-screen models and comprehensive screen panel supply Getting nervous.

So far in the market, consumers have limited access to full-screen phones. Xiaomi previously launched a smartphone with a high screen ratio, but with a huge upper bezel, it is difficult to call it a true full-screen phone.

According to industry sources quoted by the Taiwan Electronic Times website, mainland mobile phone manufacturers have recently accelerated the design of full-screen mobile phones, including Huawei, OPPO, vivo, Xiaomi, and Gionee.

For upstream screen manufacturers, this is obviously good news. Sources said that screen manufacturers have raised their purchase quotations for the 2: 1 screens delivered in the second half of the year.

In addition, due to tight supply, some domestic machine brands have shifted some screen orders to mainland screen manufacturers. For example, vivo, one of the top three mobile phone manufacturers, is currently seeking to purchase screens from Tianma Microelectronics.

The source said that Xiaomi has adopted a very aggressive strategy in developing full-screen mobile phones. It is expected that a considerable part of the new mobile phones released by Xiaomi in the second half of the year will use full-screen, 2: 1 slim screens.

As Apple will adopt a 2: 1 ratio of OLED full screen in the new ten-year version of the mobile phone, this will lead to tight screen supply worldwide. At present, the supply of OLED screens is monopolized by Samsung Display. LG Display, Japan Display, Sharp and other companies are still optimizing OLED mass production technology. Large-scale mass production and supply are only possible starting next year.

Previously, Apple had contacted BOE in order to find more suppliers, but so far no news of the signing of a purchase agreement has flowed out.

A few years ago, Japan's Sharp also launched the first smartphone with a very high screen ratio, but due to the poor strength of Sharp's mobile phone business, some well-designed mobile phones have not sold well.

Judging from the ten-year version of Apple and Samsung S8, full-screen phones require the removal of the bottom bezel and physical buttons, transfer of fingerprint recognition to the back of the screen, or integration under the screen. It is still unclear the technical level of domestic mobile phone manufacturers in the field of under-screen fingerprint recognition.

Qualcomm previously demonstrated its own under-screen fingerprint recognition solution, but it will not be available to mobile phone manufacturers until next year, which will be one year behind the full-screen competition of domestic mobile phones in 2017.

The screen of a full-screen mobile phone will be thinner and longer. In addition to the more efficient use of the front panel and greater controllability, it is expected that mobile phone manufacturers will also launch more split-screen display functions based on the characteristics of the thin and long screen. Provide breakthrough space.

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