Waterfall screens for all Honor Magic3 smartphones supplied by BOE

Just hours after Honor unveiled its latest Magic3 series of flagship smartphones, BOE announced that it is the exclusive supplier of display panels for these phones.

The company announced that the Honor Magic3 series smartphones are equipped with a 10-bit 6.76-inch flexible OLED display. In fact, this is a so-called waterfall screen that bends 89 degrees. Its resolution is 2772 x 1344 pixels. The screen occupies 94.86% of the front panel and displays 1.07 billion colors. It covers 100% of the DCI-P3 color gamut and supports a high refresh rate of 120Hz.

BOE is expanding its business and the list of countries in which it operates. The company shipped about 408 million units last year, accounting for 21.6% of the market. The company is the exclusive supplier of display panels for the Huawei Mate X2 foldable smartphone released in February this year. The company also showed off a prototype display that folds to 360 degrees.

BOE has already become a supplier of panels to Apple and may soon begin shipping flexible OLED panels to Samsung for the first time. In the second half of this year, BOE is also planning a commercial launch of the MicroOLED display, which will be used for augmented and virtual reality devices.

Honor CEO George Zhao confirmed in an interview with Android Authority that the Magic 3 line of smartphones announced yesterday will receive "at least" two updates to the Android operating system. He also explained why the company did not use a sub-screen camera.

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