It looks like the TV giants are gearing up to bring super screens to the masses, as a new report reveals that Samsung Electronic is partnering with various microLED suppliers.
According to, the less than reliable, Digitimes, Samsung has plans to team up with Epistar for production on new microLED TVs. The latter company will provide a solid supply of micro LED chips to Samsung, which are a key component in the new televisions.
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