Mid- and large-sized LCD panel prices keep falling in Q3 2019 | 4K/UltraHD | News | Rapid TV News
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The trade war that raged in the LCD panel market during the second quarter of 2019 is rumbling on with adverse effect in Q3 says research from display expert WitsView.

5G immersive football demo Egypt Telecom and Ericsson 10 July 2019The analyst calculates that prices for mid- and large-sized LCD panels are unlikely to stop falling in Q319 with some LCD brands having already stocked up beforehand as well as raised inventory levels of completed devices in North American regions. Adding the fact that it says brands are stuck with relatively high inventories of both panels and completed devices as a result of low demand, WitsView adds that brands are reducing panel procurement for Q3, causing restocking momentum to weaken.

“As panel production capacity for 2019 builds up, panel manufacturers are looking to LCD monitor products to help use up the ever growing panel capacity,” explained WitsView senior research manager Anita Wang.

“Among these panels, 23.8-inch sizes have seen a significant increase in supply capacity, but end demand is finding a hard time catching up with that capacity, causing prices for 23.8-inch panels to see a continual descent.”