The shortage of AMOLED displays is already a well known fact, but now word is going around that Samsung Electronics might also be affected, with reports in that Samsung is preparing LCD versions of its Galaxy S and Wave phones, both of which currently tout Super AMOLED displays as one of the main features. There isn’t any confirmation if the displays will be regular LCD displays or Super TFT displays that are used on the Galaxy Tab. The use of LCD displays will apparently lower the prices of said devices. Samsung Mobile Display currently supplies 98 percent of the AMOLED displays worldwide and Samsung Electronics is its major customer. The shortage is expected to ease after a new facility is opened next year, boosting the AMOLED production to 30 million units per month.
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