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Technology Stocks : OLED Universal Display Corp
OLED 173.51+0.1%Oct 25 3:59 PM EDT

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To: Ravid.Ron who wrote (25874)4/21/2021 11:04:10 AM
From: chessboard_andy2 Recommendations  Read Replies (1) of 26575
"No plan to introduce. . ." is different than "No plan to buy. . ."

Thank you for your posts Ron. It is great to get content regularly. In this case, I think your caption misses the context. The questioning was came at the World IT show in Seoul which opened today and runs 4/21-4/23.

The rumors/reports about the plan to purchase is very recent. The plans and displays for this show were made well in advance and it is inconceivable that there would be any appearance or announcement of a Samsung branded OLED TV at this show.

It is also very understandable that the press would ask about the LG panel reports and future products. Han Jong-Hee would have definitely been prepared for the question and his answer would have been very carefully crafted as is always the case with Samsung.

I know this comes from a translation, but "introduce" a product is very different than "source a part."

I actually think the specificity of the quote increases the veracity of the prior reports that Samsung has agreed to source OLED panels from LG Display. I would like to see the entire Q&A exchange with a human translation to see the nuance of the answer and how much he deflected from the original question.

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