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Samsung wants LG to admit to being responsible for OLED technology leak

Samsung wants LG to admit to being responsible for OLED technology leak
After 11 employees from LG Display were indicted for leaking information on Samsung's OLED technology, Samsung said the leak will cost them "trillions of wons," and put the blame for the leak right in the lap of LG Display's executives. On the other hand, LG Display refutes Samsung's claim and confirms that it is suing its fellow South Korean based tech titan for libel and hopes that the proceedings will show LG's innocence in the matter.
Ironically, LG says that it had no reason to steal Samsung's OLED technology considering that both firms' OLED displays work differently. Still, Samsung calls this a "grave crime" and wants LG to take responsibility for the leak by admitting their actions. OLED panels, which are thinner and offer more vivid pictures than regular LCD display panels, are in heavy demand. 6 other suspects in the case are current or former Samsung Mobile employees.

source: YonhapNews via SammyHub


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