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How did you learn the Koreans, Apple has ordered from Samsung's Display (included in the group of companies of Samsung Group) 60 million OLED screens for future models of the iPhone 8, which will be shown in the second half of this year. The contract amount was $ 4.3 billion. Thus, each of the organic led display will cost Americans $ 72. For comparison, each LCD screen for iPhone 7 cost Apple about $ 40. Samsung Display is the largest manufacturer of OLED displays in the world, occupying more than 95 percent of the market screens on organic light emitting diodes. Information on the availability of the iPhone 8 organic led display was previously confirmed by several sources. In OLED-matrices uses organic compounds that emit light by passing an electric current through them. From LCDs they have low power consumption, high definition and contrast, as well as the ability to make flexible screens. Other details about the iPhone 8 is kept secret. They say that the fingerprint scanner will move with the individual buttons directly on the display, the screen will increase in size and close a side face of the housing, as for Samsung, and much more. What turns out to be true, find out in the fall.

 

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them both cool. but for me Apple it is Top phone in the world!

 

apple is top phone in terms of expensiveness, what's the different between iphone 6,6i and 7? Nothing just the price!

 

 

About the price you are right.

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