Samsung Partnership with Corning for Stronger OLED Displays

Samsung in an attempt to make its OLED displays even stronger has signed a joint venture with Gorilla Glass maker Corning to produce a new range of specialty glass substrates for its new organic light emitting diode (OLED) equipped gadgets.

The Korean-based new venture will combine Samsung’s OLED display expertise with Corning’s strengthened Lotus glass technology to offer stronger and sturdier displays not only for Samsung’s mobile devices but also for the massive Korean market.

The South Korean electronics giant has already introduced a host of OLED television at CES 2012 in Las Vegas. The company is assumed to be one of the leading display makers in mobile devices – all credit goes to its Super AMOLED displays and related different versions.

As for Corning’s new Lotus glass substrate, this has been planned to redeem at “higher processing temperatures and improved dimensional stability needed to produce the new high performance displays.”

With its new joint venture with Corning, the South Korean electronics giant will be able to initiate its new display technology into more mobile devices, making certain that Corning’s reinforced substrates guard displays from major damage.

Considering the developing interest in mobile display market, LG and Samsung both are already producing panels for Apple’s Retina displays. The latest partnership between Samsung and Corning will allow the South Korean electronics giant to offer rich and vivid displays that are strong enough to resist significant damages.

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