According to industry reports, Samsung Electronics (finally) committed to adopt Samsung Display's QD-OLED TV panels, and plans to release its first QD-OLED TV in 2022.

Samsung Display announced a $10.85 billion investment in QD-OLED TV R&D and production line in 2019, and has started to produce prototypes towards the end of 2020. The company's plan is to start mass production by the end of 2021, in the first line (15,000 monthly substrates). SDC is also planning a second line to follow the first, to arrive at a total of 30,000 monthly 8.5-Gen substrates.

According to earlier reports, in addition to QD-OLED TV panels (55-, 65-, 78- and 82-inch) SDC may also use the technology to produce 27-inch and 32-inch 8K gaming monitors. By adopting MMG technology, it will be able to produce two 82-inch and three 32-inch panels on the same 8.5-Gen substrate, or two 78-inch and six 27-inch panels.

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