Originally Posted by kevindd992002
The question is, was there even a C10 before? If there was, I agree that it should be called C20. If there wasn't, then the C10 still makes sense.
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In what world does selling a C15 in 2025 'make sense'?
If they go double-digits, it's likely to be 20.
Alternatively, they could ditch the entire 'B/C/E/G/W/Z' lineup for something entirely new (unlikely) or expanded to 2 characters (ie: 'BX/CX/EX/GX/WX/ZX) and stick to a single digit (probably 0).
Since they will probably be introducing a new WOLED stack for the first time in half-a-decade, I think there is a higher-than-normal chance that they'll go this route.
So assuming a new WOLED panel with eX
panded color gamut (99% DCI P3 -> 100% DCI P3 & 85% Rec.2020) is introduced, I'm guessing the likliest scenario will be the following evolution:
2015: 65EF8500 (new WOLED stack)
2016: 65C6P (new WOLED stack - note that they chose C6 and not C0)
2017: 65C7P (same WOLED stack)
2018: 65C8P (same WOLED stack)
2019: 65C9P (same WOLED stack)
0P (new WOLED stack with eX
panded color gamut)
The B/C/E line is now established enough (and successfulenough) that I doubt LGE drops it wholesale for somerhing new like they did in the early days of changes to the WOLED stack...
But even if there is no change to the WOLED stack next year, the possibility we see a C10 or a C0 is zero.