Chinese display maker BOE is negotiating with Chinese smartphone brand Honor to manufacture a two-stack tandem OLED panel to apply to a smartphone planned for later this year.
Analysts at UBI Research pointed out in the latest report that BOE, the leading screen manufacturer in China, is expected to supply 18 million OLED screens to Apple this year.
BOE Technology Group Co., Ltd. (BOE), a Chinese IoT company, was granted a patent on Friday for AR/VR contact lenses including the manufacturing methods and electronic equipment. The patent was filed in January 2019.
The document released by BOE.A shows that BOE.A's revenue in the third quarter of the year was 55.993 billion yuan ($8.76 billion), a year-on-year increase of 46.77%.
Samsung will reportedly use Chinese displays in its new smartphones next year, starting with the Galaxy A73.
Chinese display panel manufacturer BOE has been reportedly listed as a supplier of high-end displays for the new iPhone 13, citing several people familiar with the matter.
In the field of large size LCD panels for televisions, the shipment volume of Chinese electronic components producer BOE Technology Group jumped to first place for the first time.
On Monday, Chinese electronic components firm BOE reported that its revenue in the first half of the year was 107.285 billion yuan ($17 billion), a year-on-year increase of 89.04%.
BOE, a Beijing-based provider of semiconductor display technology, products and services, on Tuesday evening released its semi-annual performance forecast, predicting a sharp improvement for the first half of the year.
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.