According to the industry on the 15th, the new iPhone, which is scheduled to be released in the second half, will be equipped with an OLED panel made of 'M9' material set applied to Samsung Electronics' Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10. Samsung Display had a dedicated material set named 'LT2' for the first iPhone OLED in 2017.
When Apple first released the iPhone X in 2018, Samsung Display purportedly made a unique material set for the company called LT2. The same material set was used for the iPhone XS. However, for the Galaxy S10 and Note 10, Samsung uses an M9 set.
"Material set is decided to be led by Samsung Display", said an official of the company that provides OLED materials to Samsung Display. "LG Display's material set selected by LG Display is applied to the OLED panel to be supplied to Apple iPhone this year."
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