Corning and Samsung to jointly develop Lotus Glass for OLED devices

By Shawn Knight
Feb 3, 2012
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  1. Corning and Samsung have announced a new partnership between the two companies that will see Corning’s Lotus Glass technology utilized in upcoming OLED products from Samsung. Lotus Glass is said…

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  2. Samsung is really dominating every market as of recently. I like it.
  3. Raswan

    Raswan TechSpot Enthusiast Posts: 280

    They're definitely making all the right moves. I've been a fan for a long time (my first tv was a 25-inch Samsung CRT for which I paid 200$ in 2000, and she still runs); let' s hope it doesn't go to their head too much.
  4. They've probably got over their glee at selling that CRT by now ;)
  5. thewind

    thewind Newcomer, in training Posts: 65

    I like LG better. I got a 55lg9500 that is 480hz and FULL LED backlit that puts any samsung to shame. If you looke at what people are saying about the two oled TV's shown at CES 2012 most if not all say that the LG TV looks better. Thats not to say Samsung is bad. Samsung is still a good company and they do get a lot of things right I just like LG better when it comes to HIGH end TV's. Wonder why Sony isn't getting into the oled market they seem like they just keep falling behind thats probablly why they lost so much money last year.
  6. Why concentrating the lights on Apple & Steve Jobs and neglecting the mastermind behind the success of Samsung. I think what Samsung has done to humanity & technology-wise might be considered superior to Apple consedering the short period of time.
  7. MrAnderson

    MrAnderson TechSpot Maniac Posts: 488   +10

    This is cool. Go Samsung! I don't really own much of there stuff unless it is components from another company... but I do like to see companies making new tech. Making new tech is in the in the cleanest sense competitive. Move forward, stop biting others (with in reason of course).
  8. thewind said: "I like LG better"

    The same here. I was a fan of Samsung until I discovered LG.
  9. LG monitors commonly problem is backlight bleeding. but i like the product pricing of LG they are much friendly to consumers

    Samsung is Samsung !


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