iPhone 8 will be the first device in the history of Apple's world to have an OLED screen display.
According to the reports of Nikkei, the Apple has placed orders for a bendable organic light-emitting diode(OLED) panel from Samsung Electronics for use in the upcoming iPhone.
The 70 million units are ordered by Cupertino. they claim that it was backed up by IHS Markit analyst David Hsieh, who added that the "Samsung company deliver as many as 95 million panels, if Apple needs them, In case demand exceeds expectations".
Last year, Samsung signed an agreement of supply deal with Apple worth 3 trillion won to supply 100 million OLED panels for the use of next flagship, the report from South Korea.
There is totally three model will launch for the 10th anniversary iPhone, of which the most premium handsets will feature a 5.2-inch curved OLED display. while the other two models will have 4.7 and 5.5 inch LCD displays. The company never used these OLED screen display before, this will be the first time.
Camera modules and display modules will order from Japan and Korea and assembles them in China including Taiwan city. The report says that the three of the iPhone model will be waterproof and that one more will feature a 3D sensor with facial recognition technology and on Home button. And there is a chance of iris scanner and wireless charging in these model.
Samsung recently unveiled Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus with a bendable OLED panel and its infinite Display screen. Both models in Samsung has removed the feature of Facial recognition and Physical home button.