Chinese electronic components producer BOE obtained an order for Apple's 6.1-inch iPhone 14 display last year, and this year it will continue to supply key components of the high-end iPhone series.
On August 4, NETA Auto, a new energy vehicle brand under Hozon Auto, began its strategic cooperation with BOE Varitronix Ltd., an LCD company.
Chinese display maker BOE's AMOLED panel has passed Apple's iPhone 14 certification, but the specific production time and shipment volume have not yet been finalized.
Chinese smartphone provider realme announced on July 4 that its GT2 Master Explorer Edition will be released on July 12.
China's leading panel maker BOE and e-commerce giant JD.com officially announced on Monday the start of a new cooperation.
Apple had signed an agreement at the beginning of April regarding OLED panels valued at 50 million yuan ($7.6 million) with Chinese display maker BOE.
On Tuesday, Tianyancha App showed that Chinese tech giant Tencent had issued a patent for the method, device and equipment of a facial recognition payment system.
Electronic components producer BOE on Thursday released a speech by chairman Chen Yanshun regarding the company's 2021 annual report. Chen said that BOE's annual revenue in 2021 reached $34.5 billion, up 61.79% year-on-year.
Due to the continuing global shortage of computer chips, Chinese display giant BOE is facing production difficulties with its OLED panels for Apple's iPhone.
On Friday night, the opening ceremony of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics was successfully held.
BOE, a leading display panel supplier in the Chinese market, announced its 2021 performance forecast on Thursday.
According to authoritative patent data released on Monday by IFI Claims, five enterprises from Greater China have entered into the list of top 50 U.S. Patent Assignees in 2021.
BOE, a Chinese electronic components firm, has recently converted the layout of its B12 OLED panel factory so that it can manufacture panels for IT products and automobiles, besides just smartphones.
According to a BOE announcement on Tuesday, the company's 6th generation AMOLED (flexible) production line project in the southwestern city of Chongqing has now begun mass production.
Chinese screen manufacturer BOE on December 21 released the country's first tech brand focused on semiconductor displays, including three sub-brands: ADS PRO, f-OLED and α-MLED.
According to latest reports, in order to cut costs and reduce reliance on parts supplied by South Korea's Samsung Electronics, Apple commissioned China's top display manufacturer BOE Technology Group to test the latest cutting-edge iPhone screens.
Bloomberg reported that Apple was seeking to cooperate with BOE, China’s largest screen maker, to develop OLED screens in February. At the time, there was no significant OLED manufacturing in BOE, but a source in South Korea said the yield of OLED panels in BOE may be changing.
The era of foldable and bendable screens is on its way. China’s first flexible screen production line began in Chengdu on October 26, breaking the monopoly of foreign companies. The line is expected to accelerate the evolution of Chinese mobile electronics into the new era of flexible screens.