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    Samsung and LG to mass produce OLED digital signages in 2016


    Last updated: October 15th, 2015 at 16:43 UTC+02:00

    Samsung and LG are planning to mass producing OLED digital signage applications in 2016, which could see the growth of the Samsung's display division. This technology has a lot of applications especially in South Korea, with the digital signage market expected to reach $20 billion in 2020.

    Back during CES in January, Samsung and LG both displayed some impressive digital signage arrays which will make way for some pretty smart displays, and LG is working on improving the lifespan of its OLED displays. A basic calculation shows us that its new displays can be used for at least 20 years if they are used for eight hours a day.

    Aside from the mass production of OLED digital signage in 2016, Samsung has also released a mirrored OLED display, which is quite fascinating because it has a lot of applications. They've got transparent OLED products, which deceived a lot of people due to their futuristic characteristics. Samsung also introduced curved displays with a 5.9mm ultra-slim 55 type curves which offer some of the best user experiences on the market.

    Samsung has documented its huge campuses where they produce LCD and OLED display panels in a video, which is embedded below. The video also showcases the excellent facilities that Samsung is providing to its employees and their families, which includes dormitories, residential apartments, schools, colleges, parks, and playgrounds. This video will give you an idea about the vast scale of Samsung's display business.

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