The race to bring viable foldable display technology into the market is likely to be so intense that some of the players are going to spy on corporate.
Prosecutors in South Korea have indicated that nine people suspect that leakage details are linked to Samsung's flexible display technology. According to Reuters, the leakage included the sale of documents to China with the relevant information equivalent to $ 13.85 million. China, of course, is the home country of Huawei, which is similar to Samsung in South Korea who is racing to bring a device with a blink to the market soon.
Indeed, Huawei confirmed in October that his mobile phone will contain a turning screen as well as 5G connectivity. Meanwhile, Samsung is expected to show her mobile mobile phone professional in February at the Mobile World Congress and to make it available first in March.
Per Reuters, the Suwon Area Prosecutor's Office in South Korea has risen the CEO and eight employees of the Toptec supplier. Ltd wanted to sell information earlier this year for Samsung OLED panels. "The group is accused of forming a separate shell company that received information on the use of tools and pictures of panels obtained by Samsung Samsung Samsung subsidiary, who sold some of the documents in China For 15.5 billion earned ($ 13.85 million), the prosecutors said the office. "
On his behalf, Toptec – a supplier of equipment needed to produce smartphone display panels – has rejected the payments. In a statement, the company drew back: "Our company has never provided the Samsung Display industrial technology or business secrets to a Chinese client. Our company will cooperate fully with legal cases to find the truth in court."
Of course, Samsung said the event had triggered the company to improve security of technology and secrets. Reuters He also noted that according to prosecutors Samsung Display had poured the same as more than $ 133 million over six years to develop the leakage technology, known as the "national core technology" office.
Like Telephone Arena Noting today, the race to market folding phones will be going to warm up early next year – in a few months, in fact. And Samsung and Huawei are now the key corporate names to watch. Samsung makes its own exhibitions, while Huawei is accessed by the Chinese manufacturer BOE. One of the Samsung secrets came to an end there, it's just one other sign that the competition between phonetic players is really fierce.