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Research institute: In 2022 tablet using OLED ratio increased to 6.2%

Research institute: In 2022 tablet using OLED ratio increased to 6.2%

According to DIGITIMES Research statistics and analysis, in 2022 global tablet shipments, the proportion of OLED panels is estimated to increase to 6.2%, compared to 2021 to improve by 3.4 percentage points. 2022 OLED panel tablet brands to Samsung (Samsung), Huawei, and Lenovo top three shipments, device models to Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 +, S8 Ultra, Huawei two-in-one tablet notebook MateBook E, Lenovo Tab P12 Pro, etc. The company is also expected to ship the top three devices, with Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ and S8 Ultra, Huawei MateBook E and Lenovo Tab P12 Pro. Looking ahead to 2023, it is expected that the proportion of tablet shipments using OLED panels will drop slightly due to the large drop in LCD panel prices, which attracts brand owners to adopt them.

OLED tablets are high-end and flagship models with high market pricing and product specifications focusing on screen sizes above 11 inches, high resolution and high refresh rates, and stylus and external keyboards. The 2022 OLED tablet market is still led by Samsung, which ensures panel supply with group advantages; domestic brands mostly cooperate with domestic panel makers such as EDO to secure the OLED tablet panel supply chain.

In 2022, the vast majority of tablet shipments will still use LCD panels, with Apple as the benchmark. The flagship 12.9-inch iPad Pro uses Liquid Retina XDR display technology, combining Mini LED backlighting with Full Array Local Dimming (FALD) to optimize LCD color saturation and contrast between light and dark. Non-Apple brands are also developing high-end LCD flat panel models that are closer to Apple’s specifications, such as Xiaomi and Huawei, which are developing new models with 2560×1600 resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, and DCI-P3 color gamut as their high-end product display benchmarks.

With the panel manufacturers continuing to expand the existing 6 generation line OLED panel production capacity, Apple invested in the use of OLED panels in high-end iPad research and development, such as the rebound in demand for flat panels, Apple in 2024 mass production of OLED iPad, the use of OLED panels for tablet shipments or in 2024 after the recurrence of significant growth.