Chinese panel maker BOE said on March 16 that its flexible AMOLED production line yields are among the world’s highest, with yields of mature products above 80 percent.
BOE's 6th generation production line is a fully flexible line, corresponding to high-end flexible AMOLED products, the company said in an exchange with investors.
The Gen 5.5 line in Ordos is focused on the mid-to-high-end smartphone market, while transforming into high-yield innovative application products, including wearable applications, mobile payment, virtual display, and industrial control medical, BOE said.
BOE's Smart Windows are used in the rail transportation, passenger car, and construction markets, and is working with automotive brands in multiple countries in the in-vehicle display segment.
BOE entered Apple's supply chain in 2020 as a supplier of iPhone 12 6.1-inch OLED panels.
BOE's market share increases from 0.1% to 8.8% between 2017 and 2020.
BOE said on January 29 that the 337 investigation would not have a material impact on the company's production and operation.
CnTechPost reported last month that BOE will be one of the main suppliers of OLED panels for the iPhone 13 model.
BOE will work with Foxconn's touch panel maker General Interface Solution (GIS) to develop OLED panels for the next-generation iPhone, according to Udn.com.