Apple will be launching a new set of iPhones in 2020. One of the models will come with a massive 6.7-inch display, and the new phones will comes have a new, hi-tech OLED panel that will make the display thinner.

According to the Korean news website ET News, there will be three display options in the new iPhones. There will be 5.4-inch, 6.1-inch, and a 6.7-inch models that will be offered. A total of about five models are reportedly being considered for launch, including a 5G network option.

Samsung Display will be supplying Apple with the OLED panels for the 5.4-inch and 6.7-inch models. The company has developed the on-cell touch flexible screens, which it has been marketing for a while now.

The new on-cell touch flexible screen is called Y-OCTA that has a built in touch functionality in the OLED panel. The screens on the phones that are currently in the market require a thin film with touch sensors to be placed on top of the panel, which is not required in the new Samsung Display panels.

The Y-OCTA panels on the new iPhone will be thinner because they don’t need the touch sensor film to be placed on top of it. Since Samsung Display has managed to produce them on a commercial scale, it will also be cost effective for Apple. The company has also reportedly offered some good terms for the deal.

While the 5.4-inch and 6.7-inch iPhones will have the new OLED panels, the 6.1-inch phones will continue to use the old on-film touch panels. Both Samsung Display and LG Display will be supplying Apple with the panels for the 6.1-inch models.

Among the lineup for 2020 there is also the iPhone SE that will be relatively cheaper with an expected price tag of about $399, Daily Mail reported. All the phones are expected to be launched by fall next year.

iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max come in gorgeous midnight green, space gray, silver and gold finishes. Apple

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