Apple plans to launch three new iPhones with OLED screens in 2020, reports Digitimes. New items will have diagonals screens 5.42, 6.06 and 6.67 inches. The last two will most likely be called iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max (iPhone XI, iPhone XI Max), but the first device will be an improved version of the successful iPhone SE model, which buyers liked for their compact and tiny sizes.
The novelty will be called the iPhone SE 2 and will receive instead of the Retina 5.42-inch OLED Retina screen. The screens will probably be equipped with Samsung Display Y-Octa or LG Display TOE technologies – according to sources, the company is still thinking which of them to use to reduce the cost of producing mobile devices.
Y-Octa is an advanced technology of flexible AMOLED display, which removes the screen substrate from the air gap, making it thinner. Judging by the technological capabilities, Samsung Display is likely to remain the main supplier of Apple OLED panels in 2020 – at this time it is expected that the new iPhone SE 2 will be on sale.