Google could spend $880 million to ensure that its new smartphones, Google Pixel 2, have flexible curved OLED display.
According to Yonhap News and Electronic Times, echoed the news that has emerged in recent hours in Korean media: Google would have offered LG make that big investment in its screen division, in exchange for the South Korean company is able To produce as many OLED screens as Google needs. An amount that could even grow, if necessary.
Knowing that this seems to be the year of the OLED displays in the high range, Mountain View have no desire to fall behind the competition, especially Apple. It seems that the company of the apple will also bet on these types of screens in their new iPhone, although according to the latest news, your “partner” will be another. None other than Samsung, who had already ordered 70 million OLED panels.
There is no doubt that, with this move, Google intends to have one of the best smartphones on the market. Of the new Google Pixel 2 not much is known at the moment, apart from that it is confirmed that there will be two models – surely the standard and the XL, as in 2016 -, and that its price could be higher than the one of the Google Pixel current.
Moreover, according to some documents leaked, the new Google Pixel 2 might not have a headphone jack. Be that as it may, we still have a few months to see them, so we have to wait.