Flexible screens could be found in mobile devices in just a couple of years.
Yesterday South Korean police searched Samsung Electronics’ offices for evidence regarding an alleged technology theft from LG Display.
AU Optronics has announced that it will debut its new 5-inch full HD OLED 443ppi display technology at the China Optoelectronics Display Expo 2013.
Japan Displays (JDI) has developed a 5.2” HD screen, sporting a mind-boggling 423 PPI. The company has actually developed this OLED display mere months after announcing a 4.5” display with 326 PPI.
PHOLED promises to be a more battery efficient alternative to OLED, but what makes it more energy conservative and it will it be any good in a smartphone or tablet?
Rumor has it that Nokia, the world’s second largest phone maker, has started to evaluate alternative suppliers for the components it uses in its phones because it is worried that Samsung is stealing its ideas.
Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, just said Samsung’s OLED screens are awful. He says they have terrible color saturation and that they’re not bright. Is he right? Kind of.
In a rare showing of maturity for tech companies nowadays, LG and Samsung solve their problems away from the courtroom.
New information about next year’s flagship Android devices from Samsung have surfaced online by way of a recent report on The Korea Times. It is said that Samsung is currently “developing the Galaxy Note 3 with a 6.3-inch screen using an OLED display” based on information from local parts suppliers. They also threw a bit about the Samsung Galaxy S4 in there, saying that it will be introduced at Mobile World Congress in February of 2013
As we become more used to rapid advancements in technology, it gets more and more difficult to wait for them. Case in point: Samsung’s flexible display technology, which was displayed at CES 2011. And it’s still not out yet! The good news is that we may see these displays beginning to roll out in 2013.