A new report out of Korea claims that Samsung will purchase one million OLED panels from LG Display in 2021 and four million in 2022. Considering that LG Display only produces some eight million panels in a year, that number is pretty substantial.

The original report is from MTN and has been cited by several other Korean and American news organizations. If it’s true, this will be the first time Samsung will purchase OLED displays from LG, and could mark Samsung’s return to the OLED TV market since it departed almost a decade ago.





While another Samsung OLED TV would certainly make some waves in the 4K TV world, Samsung has two other technologies in the works – Micro LED and QD-OLED – that have shown promise in the past. Potentially Samsung needs all those OLED panels to improve its QD-OLED technology after the first batch of units purportedly didn’t hit the brightness levels Samsung was expecting them to.

Since the report came out, TechRadar has reached out to Samsung for comment however we haven’t heard anything either confirming nor denying the report yet.

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