Industry chain: LCD panel price will still rise this month due to increased demand and insufficient supply

On September 10, according to foreign media reports, industry chain sources revealed that the global price of LCD panels will continue to rise this month due to the increasing demand for notebook, TV and PC monitors and the shortage of key components. In terms of TV panels, the price of 32 inches is expected to rise by $3 in September, 39.5 inches to 43 inches by $5, 50 and 55 inches by 6 to 7 dollars, and 65 inches and 75 inches by $5, according to the source. < / P > < p > mainstream notebook panel prices are expected to rise by $0.3 to $0.4 in September, and monitor panel prices are expected to rise by $0.2 to $0.8. The source said that the rise in LCD panel prices was mainly due to the increase in demand for TVs, laptops and PC monitors, and the shortage of key components, which led to the oversupply of panels. In terms of insufficient supply of key components, the main reason is the shortage of supply of panel driver chips and power management chips. Due to the strong demand for notebook related chips, the 8-inch wafer plants are not able to support the production capacity of panel drive chips and power management chips. Although some manufacturers have transferred their orders to 12 inch fabs, the long-term delivery cycle of 8-inch Fabs has been affected The impact of the panel manufacturer’s shipment. Continue ReadingStraight screen S20! Samsung Galaxy S20 Fe exposure: 1Hz high brush + snapdragon 865