Last year, Samsung submitted an application with the USPTO for a new type of flexible display: this one with a new type of frame.
As the year draws to a close we take a look at five features that would get us excited about the 2015 class of Android smartphones. Where should Google and the OEMs go next?
LG is gearing up to release the second generation of the curved G Flex at CES Las Vegas in January, sources told Android Authority.
According to a senior Samsung executive, Korea’s digital dominator is planning to release a flexible device by the end of next year.
Behold the tri-foldable display developed by SEL of Japan, that shows a way devices of the future could transform and adapt to our needs.
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.
In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, LG display engineers discuss the future possibilities of flexible, foldable, and transparent display technologies.
Flexible displays are starting to appear in a larger number of smartphones and wearables, and like most ideas, there has been a long road to development.
Mobile displays continue to improve year on year. Here are five predictions about where the technology is heading over the next few years.
A Samsung patent application shows the concept of a bending smartphone that users could fold like a wallet or bend into a V shape and use as a desk clock or calendar.