Appetite for AMOLED displays has been steadily growing since 2010, but the industry could be at risk from a saturated high-end smartphone market. We explore what the future holds for AMOLED display technology.
Samsung has been showing off its latest foldable AMOLED display technology at a special side event during CES 2014.
Corning’s 3D Gorilla Glass will equip future mobile devices with curved glass surfaces. Read on for more details!
As we move towards a new year, Android shows no signs of stopping. Here are a few things to expect for Android in 2014. Read on for more!
Displays everywhere, from your coffee cup to the wall of your bedroom: Samsung imagines a display-centric world where every surface is a window to the world.
Even if the Round is not the game-changer we’ve been hoping for, it’s still a really interesting device. It comes with top of the line specs and all of Samsung’s software features, but also with a price tag to match. Should you buy it, provided you can get your hands on one? Is the Round worth the investment, curved screen aside? Join us as we find out in our Samsung Galaxy Round review.
Is the LG G Flex a great phone? When the novelty factor wears off, will you be pleased with its build quality, performance, and user experience? We try to answer these and more questions in our LG G Flex review
A Motorola smartwatch with a flexible display is described in a new patent application from the Google company. Read on for more details!
We talk about the best large tablet, the possibilities of flexible displays, and a lot more in this week’s edition of the Android Q&A.
Samsung was recently granted a patent for a smartphone with a transparent display with both front and back-touch. The Samsung patent takes display technology beyond flexible displays and into the realm of science-fiction by putting a see-through display on a smartphone. The patent describes several ways that users might interact with a smartphone with a transparent display, which fluctuate between a replacement for the AirView feature of the Galaxy Note 3 and the back-touch features of the PlayStation Vita. Many of the uses of the transparent display outlined in the patent seem to solve the problem of having a finger…