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Auszeichnung als ´inVISION Top Innovation 2015´

Die Imaging-Fachzeitschrift inVISION hat die OLED-Backlight-Beleuchtung seelector Lux OLED von hema electronic zur Top Innovation 2015 gewählt. Die Jury würdigt damit den Beitrag, die Themen Bildverarbeitung und optische Messtechnik weiter voran zu bringen. An der Abstimmung zum innovativsten Produkt des Jahres nahm neben der inVision-Redaktion eine unabhängige Jury von Experten teil. Mehr Informationen...

zum inVISION-Newsletter 01/15

                                                                            TOKYO -- Taiwan's Hon Hai Precision Industry, also known as Foxconn, and its Japanese subsidiary Sharp might start making next-generation display panels for smartphones in China as early as 2019, sources familiar with the matter said on Saturday.

The Foxconn-Sharp alliance is mulling the move as U.S.-based Apple is preparing to adopt the display panels -- made of a thin, bendable layer of organic light-emitting diodes -- for its iPhones as early as next year.

The OLED panels would replace today's liquid crystal display panels.

The Foxconn-Sharp alliance plans to invest 200 billion yen ($1.92 billion) to become capable of mass-producing OLED panels. A prototype line is to be built at its Sakai plant in Japan's Osaka Prefecture.

The alliance initially planned on building a mass-production line for OLED panels in Japan but now favors China, partly because it believes the Chinese government might help to lower its investment burden, the sources said.

It is believed the alliance would still have to invest more than 100 billion yen.

China also has a large base of potential customers -- the many iPhone assembly plants in the country and Chinese smartphone makers themselves.

The alliance is hoping that a competitive OLED panel division would go a long way in helping to turn around Sharp.

The alliance hopes to locate the plant in one of China's coastal areas.

Production would be gradually raised.

A prototype of Sharp's bendable OLED panel

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