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LG Display Pours $655M into OLED HDTV Plant, Mass Production Set for 2014

February 18, 2013

Beyond LCD, there's OLED. The new display technology boasts brighter colors, thinner panels, and allows for longer battery life than LCDs - benefits that LG Display clearly has in mind as it ramps up its OLED HDTV panel investment.

LG Display announced today that it's investing $655 million (706 billion won) on a new eight-generation OLED manufacturing line in a South Korean factory. The investment will kick off in the first quarter of this year, and LG Display expects mass production to begin in the first half of 2014, building 26,000 input sheets



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