LG Display supplies HP with large flexible OLED laptop displays

LG Display supplies HP with large, flexible OLED laptop displays

LG Display will supply HP with flexible 17-inch OLED laptop panels this year. This was reported by The Elec Resource citing informed sources in the supply chain.

    Folding Lenovo ThinkPad X1

Folding Lenovo ThinkPad X1

This is the second time LG Display has received an order to supply flexible OLED panels. In 2020, the South Korean manufacturer Lenovo delivered its first flexible OLED panels for ThinkPad X1 Fold laptops with a diagonal of 13.3 inches or two 6.2 inches when folded. The resolution of these panels was 2048 × 1536 pixels. LG has shipped 20,000 panels to Lenovo since the laptop was launched.

The OLED panels supplied by HP are 11 inches when folded and have a 4K resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels) when unfolded. Their mass production will begin in the third quarter, according to sources. The batch volume of displays is expected to be around 10,000 units.

LG Display introduced the flexible 17-inch panel at CES earlier this year. The company said the new panel will support touch input and a stylus. According to her, the flexible panel can be used in laptops, tablets and monitors.

According to TheElec, the South Korean company is also working with Apple to develop a flexible OLED panel for its devices.


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