supplying Xiaomi, Oppo and LeEco with its dual-camera modules. Lo and behold, a fresh rumor from today hints at a Redmi Note 4 equipped with a dual-lens shooter, so where there is smoke, there must be fire, too.This could indicate a major shift to OLED displays and UFS memory chips in Xiaomi handsets further down the road, yet we also had a tip back in June that Samsung will be
Xiaomi, together with Huawei, have been rumored to start sourcing flexible OLED displays from LG for flagship phones coming down the proverbial holiday pipe, but it seems that they will be hedging their bets by trying to source such panels from their largest producer, too, at least Xiaomi.
In fact, the latest leak about an eventual Xiaomi Mi Pro denotes a future phone with OLED screen and UFS 2.0 memory chip, but the panel is said to be produced by AUO, not Samsung, so maybe Lei Jun will be going to Seoul to jump the gun on Samsung's organic LED displays this time. On the other hand, Samsung had just a 3.2% smartphone market share in China back in April, so selling components to the largest player there, Xiaomi, is a way for it to compensate, and get its foot in the door. In any case, if this deal leads to phones with Samsung components sold at Xiaomi prices, we would all only benefit.