Samsung apparently wants to make sure it is not left behind in the race to manufacture AM-OLED displays, as it has set aside $529 million -- six times its current budget -- for producing the organic light-emitting diode screens. The active-matrix-OLED monitors are thinner, more energy-efficient and considered to be of better quality than today's LCDs, but Samsung, like all manufacturers, still faces challenges in cutting production costs and increasing screen sizes before it can roll out the technology across a broad enough range of products.

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