Not been put on hold
LG Electronics has told The Verge that the company’s phone with a resizable screen, the LG Rollable, has not been put on hold.
DisplayMate A+ Rating with fifth-gen Pixelworks SoC
We might be at the beggining of a new era right now. Smartphone OEMs clearly recognized the importance of the camera subsystem, but in the last two years, many OEMs started heavily investing in displays too. Being at the forefront of innovation and recognizing the upcoming trend, OnePlus decided to include a Pixelworks fifth-generation visual processor to its latest OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro phones.
Focus on display and camera
TCL is a big name in TVs, and the company behind the Alcatel brand is making its way into the mobile phone arena too. They focus on the display performance, better camera setup, have a 5G phone, and use Pixelworks and its NXTVISION visual technology to improve and optimize content for its phone.
Next five years will see healthy growth
The latest study on the industrial growth of the Global Foldable Display Market predicts that the market size, revenue, production, CAGR, Consumption, gross margin, price, and other factors show a great deal of growth in the tech.
HDR10/HDR10+ Tone Mapping, smooth gaming
Pixelworks recently scored a strategic agreement with HDM Nokia and just days before MWC the company announced its 5th generation Iris. Now, the company announced its next generation power efficient premier processor for mobile devices.
Cooperation extended to Future Nokia smartphones
Pixelworks is a company with quite remarkable mobile display processing technology packed into rather small chips that enables some high-end video and display features at very low cost and power. After working with HMD to help make the mainstream-priced Nokia 7.1 really pop with high end HDR display features, the two companies announced strategic partnership to extend the cooperation.
Rounded will be the best you can expect
The next big thing may be bendable screens and devices, but it doesn’t look like you will see that anytime soon, at least not from Samsung.
Apple's monitor steam powered
The fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple is getting pasted by poor user reviews for its expensive new 5K monitor made by its partner LG display.
Not going away soon
While the big names of smartphones are less interested in AMOLED displays, it appears that the industry will continue to grow.