Mark Zuckerberg-owned Metaverse is now negotiating with notable display makers Samsung and LG Display to supply panels for Meta’s future AR and VR devices.
Zuckerberg’s Metaverse is plowed in the Metaverse to construct a utopian society. The company took the idea further and changed the company’s name from Facebook to Meta, albeit the Metaverse concept is still echoing in the dark house with a terrible loss in money. Howbeit, the company hasn’t yet slackened its investment in the business.
The company is still trying to get its name on AR and VR products. The negotiations with Samsung and LG might assist them in achieving their plan succeeded.
According to a few credible media reports, executives from Meta had conversations with executives from Samsung Display and LG Display, and final negotiations are in the primary stage.
The information further explained that Meta is negotiating with Samsung Display and LG Display to supply two kinds of panels such as MicroOLED and MicroLED.
MicroOLED will be used for the VR glasses, and MicroLED will be used for AR glasses. In addition, Samsung and LG Display wouldn’t promptly take action to supply panels to Meta; it may get delayed due to the supply volume Meta requires.
Meta’s AR glasses will likely be available in the market in 2026.