LG Display is aiming to ship the first flexible displays for mobile applications this year, beating Samsung Display to the market.
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?
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This isn’t the first time Samsung flexible OLED displays are presented at CES, but this time around it looks like the South Korean company is closer and closer to launching mobile devices sporting such technology.
Samsung, being one of the largest manufacturers of screens, is always looking to stay on the bleeding edge of display technology. Screens today are brighter than ever before, and the resolutions are drool worthy, but the underlying principle of slapping some pixels onto a glass substrate hasn’t been changed for decades.
Shortly before the Galaxy Note 2 was released, rumors were rampant that the device might feature a flexible AMOLED display. With Samsung continuing to state that it intends to begin mass producing these displays, is it possible that we will see a flexible display on an improved version of the Note 2? In 2011, Samsung wowed CES audiences with demonstrations of a flexible AMOLED display. The impressive technology lead some to believe that it wouldn’t be long until we began to see it put to use in Samsung’s mobile devices. So far, that has yet to happen, but recent clues…
Although they always kind of seemed like a very distant technology to actually become reality, flexible displays are, by all means and purposes, inching ever closer to their release. The rumors and reports about Samsung’s Youm foldable screens have piled up over the last few months, and another pretty trustworthy source now tells us that these panels could enter production as soon as this quarter. Yep, you heard it right, this quarter, as in by the end of September, which is pretty crazy, considering that most of us thought that the technology had at least one more year before being…
Just about a year ago, flexible displays seemed like a dream, but things progress quicker than we’ve ever imagined. Samsung has been making waves in the media for a couple of months now, with its “bendy” panels, and, according to some fresh official claims, there’s already “huge” request for flexible OLED screens. Kwon Oh-Hyun, Vice Chairman at Samsung Electronics, told the guys at KoreaTimes.co.kr that its company is “getting huge orders from electronic makers for the futuristic lineup of flexible organic light emitting diode (OLED) displays”. Kwon added that “we will be mass producing flexible OLED displays from the latter…