Published February 20, 2023

DSCCが Quarterly OLED Shipment Report (一部実データ付きサンプルをお送りします) 最新刊の「速報版」を発行した。Q4’22のOLED出荷額は前年比3%減の126億ドル、出荷数は前年比7%減だった。




OLED Revenues Fall 3% Y/Y in Q4’22

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As revealed in DSCC’s latest release of the Quarterly OLED Shipment Report (一部実データ付きサンプルをお送りします) - Flash Edition, OLED panel revenues decreased 3% Y/Y in Q4’22 to $12.6B as a result of a 7% Y/Y shipment decline.

In Q4’22, by select OLED applications:

  • Smartphones increased 3% Y/Y in units and in revenues;
  • TVs decreased 4% Y/Y in units and 12% in revenues.

For 2022, OLED panel revenues declined 1% Y/Y to $41.7B as a result of a 1% Y/Y decline for OLED smartphones and a 9% Y/Y decline for OLED TVs. Several OLED applications had growth in 2022. These included AR/VR, automotive, monitors, tablets and game platforms. Further details can be found in the report.

In Q1’23, we are estimating that OLED panel revenues will decline 24% Y/Y to $7.5B as a result of significant declines for OLED smartphones and OLED TVs. We expect panel revenues for OLED smartphones to decline 21% Y/Y and OLED TVs to decline 39% Y/Y as well as other categories declining by double-digits.

AMOLED Panel Revenue and Y/Y Growth

Source: DSCC's Quarterly OLED Shipment Report - Q1’23 Flash Edition

In Q4’22, smartphones remained the largest OLED application with an 82% unit and 81% panel revenue share, up from 68% and 74% respectively in Q3’22. This lift was the result of Q/Q unit growth for the majority of smartphone brands. Apple had 51% Q/Q growth fueled by the iPhone 14 Pro Max with 197% growth followed by the iPhone 14 Pro up 97% and the iPhone 14 up 83%. Some of the top Chinese brands also had triple-digit Q/Q growth. Oppo had 204% Q/Q growth fueled by the new A1 Pro series and GT Neo, followed by Xiaomi with 158% Q/Q growth fueled by the Mi13 and Redmi Note 12 series.

In Q1’23, we expect smartphones to continue with a >80% unit and revenue share as a result of weakening demand from other categories and the focus of brands to drive more flexible and foldable OLED smartphones during the traditionally slower selling season.

SDC continue to lead in OLED revenues with its share falling to 58% in Q4’22, down from 64% in Q3’22, followed by LGD with 23%, up from 19% in Q3’22 and BOE with 11%, up from 7% in Q3’22. For SDC, OLED smartphone units were up 30% Q/Q with significant growth for Apple, Xiaomi and other brands. For LGD, OLED smartphones units were up 140% Q/Q as a result of growth for Apple. For BOE, OLED smartphones were up 119% Q/Q as a result of growth for Apple, Honor and others.

In Q1’23, we expect SDC to continue to lead with a 54% revenue share helped by continued growth in tablets and monitors. We expect BOE to increase to a 15% revenue share on a smaller total market and a 22% Q/Q unit decline driven primarily by Q/Q declines for OLED smartphones. For LGD, we expect a 20% revenue share on a 57% Q/Q unit decline with OLED smartphones declining 41% Q/Q and OLED TVs declining 62% Q/Q.

AMOLED Panel Revenue by Panel Supplier

Source: DSCC's Quarterly OLED Shipment Report - Q1’23 Flash Edition

DSCC’s long-term forecast for OLED units, revenues, area, panel supplier share, form factor share, brand share, etc., will be available next month. For more information, please contact お問い合わせ窓口.

Quarterly OLED Shipment Report



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