A new generation of Samsung curved screen devices is coming this year, including some that feature screens curved around their edges.
Samsung announced that it has already started mass-producing flexible panels, and that, unlike its competitor, it will release a commercial product equipped with the display “within days”.
A Korean site reports that Samsung’s curved screen phone will not feature an S Pen and will not be a rugged variant of the Note 3 as we first thought. The phone will be similar to the Youm prototypes we’ve first seen at CES back in January.
Confirming earlier rumors, executive reveals that Samsung will introduce a curved display smartphone in South Korea in October.
Several reports in South Korean media suggest Samsung is preparing a low-cost version of the Note 3, as well as one that is equipped with a plastic-based display.
We’re talking about if and when the HTC Butterfly s might show up in the U.S. if the Samsung Galaxy S5 will sport a flexible display, and more in this installment of AA Q&A.
A render based on a recent patent application shows us what a future Samsung tablet with a flexible screen might look like.
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.
LG Display is aiming to ship the first flexible displays for mobile applications this year, beating Samsung Display to the market.