Patents filed by Samsung reveal new insights into potential future products; including a flexible display, a new camera attachment, and a curved smartphone.
LG’s plan to create flexible displays is coming along nicely, and the first phase involves crafting displays that can be described simply as “unbreakable.” Will these be part of the upcoming new Nexus?
LG has confirmed that a smarpthone with flexible OLED display will be launched in Q4 2013, without specifying any other details about it.
According to a report from the OLED Association, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be on show at the IFA 2013 Berlin show in September, and its plastic screen could be one of the phone’s most talked features.
According to reports from a Korean newspaper, Samsung’s flexible display technology will be delayed due to problems with its encapsulation technology.
LG Display is aiming to ship the first flexible displays for mobile applications this year, beating Samsung Display to the market.
An article from Korea has suggested that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will ship with a new unbreakable flexible display, which will be constructed from new a lightweight plastic .
According to Corning president James Clappin, products utilizing flexible displays are likely still three years out. Will Samsung’s OLED technology beat them to the punch?
The Samsung GT-B9150, expected to be called the Galaxy Q, is said to feature a foldable display, and be showcased at this year’s MWC later this month.
Edge-to-edge displays have been rumored for sometime now. With the passing of CES 2013 and still no bezel free displays, where are the bezel-less devices?