According to the latest reports from foreign media, Foxconn’s US program has recruited 100 employees and workers. Foxconn prepares to recruit 3,000 American veterans for training.
Foxconn used to be the world's largest consumer electronics foundry, mainly for the assembly of mobile phones, tablets, computers and other products. Today, Foxconn has embarked on a transformational road to upgrade its branded business and high-tech parts business, which means that the company will seek to outperform the foundry's profit margin.
In terms of applications, smartphones are still the main application direction of OLED panels. Smart phone OLED panel revenue accounted for 88% of OLED panel revenue, OLED TV accounted for 7%, and smart watches accounted for 2.3%.
It is worth noting that Visconnano, a domestic OLED panel company, significantly increased its market share in the first quarter of 2018, and its market share ranked third in the world with a year-on-year increase of 425%. Immediately after Samsung and LG, it occupied the top position among domestic panel makers. .
Since last year, the domestic full-screen market has completely broken out. Domestic and foreign mobile phone brands have launched their full-screen new machines, and the market penetration rate will continue to increase. The AMOLED screen is characterized by its large viewing angle, high contrast, fast response, and good anti-vibration performance. In particular, the flexible AMOLED has a number of features and a perfect fit to the overall screen, making it a highly sought after handset manufacturer. The focus of attention.
In the near future, smart phones will continue to be the main application of OLED panels. DSCC predicts that smart phone shipments in 2022 will reach 91%, and revenue will reach 79%. Smartwatch is still the second largest application, and TV will continue to be the second largest revenue application. By 2022, TV panel revenue will increase to 6.2 billion U.S. dollars, accounting for 11% of all OLED panel shipments.
The DSCC report predicts that OLED handset panel shipments (including rigid, flexible, and collapsible) will surpass LCDs in 2021. In the long run, global OLED panel revenue will continue to grow at a double-digit growth rate, reach a peak of 32% by 2020, and increase to 57.2 billion US dollars by 2022.