Micro LED Display Market has witnessed a massive growth over the recent years. Renowned technology heavyweights have been increasingly deploying micro LED display panels in smartphones, smart watches, tablets and laptops to ensure a high wavelength uniformity suitable for fine pixel pitch LED displays. For instance, South Korean electronics giant LG Electronics, has recently announced its plan of introducing a new line of micro LED displays in the industry. Christened as XLµLED, XµLED, and SµLED, LG is finalizing the paperwork to trademark these displays in the EU.
The manufacturers are increasingly investing in the technology development to enhance the functionality of these components, thus aiding the micro LED display market. For instance, to produce these components, gallium nitride LED wafers are grown on sapphire substrates. However, some of the manufacturers are investing in research for developing gallium nitride on silicon technology to increase the uniformity in wavelength and lower the inspection costs. This will aid in the industry growth.
The development of hybrid OLED technology is expected to hamper the industry growth. In February 2018, Samsung announced that it is developing a hybrid QD OLED technology for TV panels. The technology, according to the company is highly efficient for mid-sized video panels such as TV screens. OLED micro display companies, such as eMagin, are also investing in research in this field. This will restrict the growth of the large micro LED display market.
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Small panel size in micro LED display market is anticipated to grow rapidly to reach revenue share of over 30% by 2024 due to the surging demand for small devices such as smartphones, near-to-eye devices and smartwatches. These components have several advantages over currently used OLED technology such as high degree of luminance, powerful contrast, and low operating temperatures. Furthermore, these devices owing to their low power consumption run for longer a life-span as compared to the traditional components. This is encouraging the manufacturers of handheld devices to increasingly implement these components in the devices.
The U.S. has emerged as a lucrative growth ground for micro LED display industry, given the robust demand for smart wearables in this region. As per reliable statistics, in 2017 alone, smartphone shipments in North America were valued at over 200 million units. Smartphone users in the U.S. are expected to grow to a staggering 230 million by the end of 2018. This would substantially necessitate the requirement of advanced micro LED displays, leaving an impact on the regional micro LED display industry share. Global Market Insights, Inc. projects U.S. micro LED display industry to exceed USD 7 billion by 2024.
While a considerable number of deployments have witnessed success early on, the commercialization matrix of the micro LED display market is still claimed to be at its nascent stage. In an effort to bring the business to the mainstream, leading industry players have been putting their efforts to enhance the distribution channels, so that manufacturers can conveniently shift from traditional LED components to technologically competent components. This, in consequence, would ultimately lead to robust product sales and popularity, thereby augmenting the profitability quotient of micro LED display market in the forthcoming years. Some of the major companies in the micro LED display market include Sony, Samsung Electronics, Apple, Inc., Epistar, Micro Mesa Technologies, Plassey Semiconductor Technology, VerLASE Technology, and Glo AB.