Sony is apparently developing an ultra-flexible, ultra-thin smartwatch made out of a patented e-paper material, designed to offer a stylish alternative to current smartwatches.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 topped the iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air 2, Kindle Fire HDX 8.9, and Surface Pro 3 in a range of display color calibration tests.
Sharp has shown off a 4.1-inch IGZO LCD demo display with a resolution of 1600 x 2560, resulting in a crazy pixel density of 736ppi.
At Japan’s CEATEC, Kyocera showed of the Proteus, a prototype of flexible smartphone that can transform into a 3 form factors allowing for a variety of uses.
LG Display announced today that it has developed a 5.3-inch Full HD LCD panel for smartphones, with a bezel measuring just 0.7mm wide.
In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, LG display engineers discuss the future possibilities of flexible, foldable, and transparent display technologies.
Sharp has announced details about its state-of-the-art 7-inch MEMS-IGZO display tablet, which is heading our way in the first half of 2015. We have the breakdown of how the tech works, and what it means for future tablets.
LED research out of Princeton uses nanotechnology to produce LEDs with dramatically improved brightness, efficiency and clarity. A smartphone display made of this tech could be 400% clearer with significantly reduced power consumption.
Mobile displays continue to improve year on year. Here are five predictions about where the technology is heading over the next few years.
Do we need to improve smartphones any further or are they good enough? What would you really like to see a major improvement in? Do we need better batteries and displays, or greater durability and longevity?