In June, LG Electronics will release the world’s first televisions with 48-inch OLED screens. According to the source, the panels for the new TVs will be supplied by the Chinese factory LG Display. The company began to release them 10 months after the completion of the construction of the plant last year.Continue reading “Guangzhou LG Display Factory Launches OLED Television Panels”
On Friday, LG Electronics announced that in May the company will release a new smartphone with support for fifth-generation networks, which will not apply to the LG G.Continue reading “The flagship LG with two screens will be cheaper than the Samsung Galaxy S20”
Almost simultaneously with the closure of its factories for the production of smartphones and household appliances in various countries, including India, Samsung announced that it was temporarily closing its battery factory in the United States. The factory in Michigan, which is owned by Samsung SDI, produces batteries for electric vehicles.Continue reading “Samsung SDI and LG Chem temporarily close factories that produce batteries for electric vehicles”
As we already reported, Samsung Electronics closed its factory in Kumi (South Korea) for two days last weekend for disinfection after one of the employees was diagnosed with COVID-19.Continue reading “LG Innotek and LG Display also suspended the work of factories in South Korea”
G8 ThinQ failed sound quality test.
DxOMark put the smartphone only 52 points.
The largest Japanese mobile operator refused to participate in the event.
The largest Japanese mobile operator NTT Docomo followed the example of Sony and other companies, and refused to participate in the Mobile World Congress (MWC) international exhibition and conference, which will be held at the end of the month in Barcelona. The reason was the risks associated with an outbreak of coronavirus. To date, six companies have announced their refusal to participate in MWC, including Amazon, LG Electronics, Ericsson and Nvidia.
The supplier of displays on a plastic substrate is LG.
This week, the Cadillac Escalade 2021 model year SUV was introduced. According to the source, this is the first production car in which a curved OLED display is installed.