World’s First Foldable Handset By Royole To Power The Global Electronic Display Market

Jan-2019 | e-Market Research | Electrical & Electronic Device

The Royole FlexPai is the first foldable handset rolled by the Royole. This was something unexpected, since all the eyes were aiming at Samsung to launch the first foldable handset. Anyways, the launch of this foldable handset by the Royole has led the global electronic display market to flourish to great extent and reach new heights.

It is not only the foldable handset that has boosted the global market. There are other factors too impacting the market. Rising acceptance of attractive & energy efficient electronic displays with improved features in the corporate industry is likely to be the major booster of the global market. High requirement for wearable devices, OLED supported devices, and flexible screens is further likely to power the development of the global market. In addition to this, increasing acceptance of high-speed Internet due to their affordable price, and accessibility of Wi-Fi in commercial as well as in private sectors for video streaming is also likely to elevate the requirement for electronic display all over the world.

Also, the advent of user electronics such as laptops, smartphones, and smart TVs is expected to power the development of global market all over the world in the years to come. Apart from this, development of cutting-edge high-resolution technology in architecture for electronic display has also been flourishing the development of global market. In terms of technical enhancements, there is rising opportunity for makers to explore in the field of creating exceptional designs, such as curved, circular, flexible, and ultrathin displays.

Due to technological advancements and innovation in Japan & China in user electronics sector, Asia Pacific area is likely to top the global market. Major players active in the global electronic display market comprise ActiveLight Inc., Cambridge Display Technology, LG Electronics, Zenith Electronics Corp., AU Optronics, Toshiba Corp., Acer Inc., Casio Computer Co. Ltd., Sharp Corporation, and Sony Corp., amongst others.