It is confirmed that Samsung Display has raised the yield of QD-DISPLAY to 85%.

On July 1, Choi Ju-sun, president of Samsung Display, held a ‘In-In Tax’ meeting at the Giheung Campus in Yongin, Gyeonggi-do. On the day, Choi Joo-sun announced his management performance in the first half of 2022 and officially announced that the large division achieved 85%of the production rate of QD-OLED panels. In addition, sales of small and medium-sized panels in the first half of this year increased 10% from the previous year, the highest ever.

As a result, Samsung Display is expected to pay 100%of its monthly salary to the small and medium-sized division this month as a target achievement rate (TAI).


The TAI is a system that pays up to 100%of the maximum monthly salary by combining the evaluation of its business division based on its earnings every year. Samsung Display is also preparing events for all employees and partners to commemorate the QD-OLED yield of 85%.

In November of the previous year, QD-OLED yields in the early days of the panel mass production were known to be only 50%. Recently, Sony and Dell Technology launched TVs and gaming monitors with Samsung Display’s QD-OLED panels, respectively. In addition, this panel was used to introduce QD-OLED TVs in North America and European markets.

According to market research firm DSCC, the shipment amount of foldable phones in the first quarter was 2.22 million units, up 571% from the same period last year.In the market research firm Omdia, Samsung Display is 85.9% in the first quarter foldable OLED market and in the small and medium-sized OLED panel market in the small and medium-sized OLED panel market. It accounted for 64.5%.