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According to the Korean newspaper, Samsung plans to use AMOLED screens in their tablets. Sources say that they should be implemented in 8 and 10 inch models.

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Tuesday, 02 April 2013 04:34

AMOLED screen to increase their presence

Samsung Amoled

AMOLED screens should become more prevalent in smartphones in the coming years. At least that show forecasts analyst firm IHS iSupply, which could be valid up to 2017. The delivery of AMOLED screens for mobile devices should double over the current state.

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Wednesday, 23 January 2013 22:55

NEC smartphone with 2 screens


NEC has announced the launch of an interesting smartphone that uses two screens - Medias W. This clamshell device, while is assembled it looks like a normal smartphone, and two screens can be used in parallel after the device is opened.

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Friday, 30 November 2012 19:57

Dell, Qualcomm and Intel looking into Sharp


Sharp, who is in deep financial problems, could soon get a significant financial injection from the several companies, particularly Dell, Intel and Qualcomm. The three companies are holding talks with Sharp in about investing large amounts of cash into the company. Sharp has reportedly asked Dell and Intel for $240 million in exchange for shares in the company or as a debt. Qualcomm investments should probably be somewhat smaller.

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Tuesday, 06 November 2012 23:47

Apple and Intel to invest in Sharp


Sharp's business woes could find help in Apple and Intel, according to Japanese sources. The two companies are reportedly just some of many interested to invest in the ailing Sharp. Even though Sharp is a world known brand they have had very poor financial results in the last few years It has even come to the point where they are having doubts that the company can continue to operate.

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In the second half of 2012 most panel makers stationed in Taiwan expect their biggest orders to come from the rising tablet and notebook markets. Customers want more and more from mobile devices and as we know there are a lot of new tablets coming out just before the holiday season. AU Optronics said that they expect their shipments of small and medium size segments to grow even more in the last 2 quarters of 2012. Panels in near future will continue to have higher and higher resolution as well as reduced power consumption. As far as size is concerned most shipments will be of 7 to 10-inch panels as they are the most popular.

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