LCD has been abandoned by the first-line large-scale factory, and Samsung is also a large-scale factory closure. Following LGD's announcement that it will close 8.5-generation plants and 7.5-generation plants in South Korea this year, Samsung also announced its intention to close another 7-generation plant.
In August last year, Samsung closed an 8.5-generation LCD panel line and plans to close another to accelerate its push
Samsung and LGD closed capacity in 2019 and 2020, accounting for about 5.5% of global panel capacity, and land mills such as Beijing-Oriental, Huaxing Optoelectronics and Huike also cut production.
The current situation is that lcd screens are becoming more expensive because of a lower technology threshold that makes supply bigger than demand, so it makes sense for more and more manufacturers to flee.