Samsung has reportedly bagged the contract for supplying curved AMOLED panels for Huawei’s Forthcoming flagship — the Huawei P30 Pro.
The Chinese technology giant has reportedly ditched its previous business partners — LG and BOE — in favour of Samsung to source display units for its forthcoming flagship. The reason being cited for Huawei’s switch to Samsung is the latter’s production capacity and the high quality of the panels which the South Korean business can provide for the Huawei P30 Pro. However, Huawei is to formally announce its partnership with Samsung on the distribution of OLED panels.
The new information – which comes courtesy of a tipster on Weibo — states which Samsung is going to be the sole provider of AMOLED panels to its Huawei P30 Pro. Huawei will allegedly source the curvedscreen from Samsung on a big scale, which means the company might well ditch two of its old OLED panel suppliers, LG and BOE. The tipster also speculates that all the smartphones in Huawei’s upcoming P-series and Mate-series might employ AMOLED panels later on.
The precise reason behind the new partnership isn’t known, but it’s believed that Huawei’s business collaboration with Samsung might have something to do with the caliber of these OLED panels, even as the units generated by the South Korean company have been regarded among the best in the business. By Way of Example, the Dynamic AMOLED display of the Samsung Galaxy S10 received DisplayMate’s highest-ever A+ rating for quality.
In addition to Huawei, Samsung has allegedly signed a bargain with Apple also for supplying touch-integrated flexible OLED panels for iPhones set to arrive at 2019. We will get to learn more when Huawei officially lifts the covers in the P30 series with an occasion on March 26 at Paris.