A report says two OLED-based iPhone X models are expected this year, but the lone, less-expensive LCD will win more buyers. Although that means people who buy a new 2018 iPhone may otherwise stick with a cheaper version of an LCD screen, not the more-expensive OLED phones.
Expected in September this year, the rumored two of organic light emitting diode (OLED) screen phones for Apple’s new 2018 lineup, and only one with a traditional liquid crystal display (LCD) screen, the company is working on. But the LCD version will cost less and deliver better sales, according to the report from The Wall Street Journal citing people involved in Apple’s supply chain.
However, the current iPhone lineup features just one phone with a fancy OLED screen, the iPhone X flagship – starts at $999. That lofty price, compared to $699 for its cheaper current LCD-based phone the iPhone 8, has led to lower-than-expected sales.
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When put in comparison, the OLED screens are thinner and have better image quality than LCD, but they also cost Apple more than LCDs. Samsung and LG are only expected ones to supply the OLED screens for 2018 iPhones, the report added into the twist.
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