Dec 05 AT 3:28 PM Taylor Wimberly 155 Comments

Samsung shows off flexible displays in new concept video

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Want to see what kinds of experiences Samsung thinks their flexible displays will enable? We’ve already seen similar futuristic videos from the likes of Corning, but now Samsung Display has released a quick demo video that shows off some concept devices that feature transparent, flexible displays.

Don’t expect anything as crazy as the concept devices in the video below, but the first flexible displays should allow handset manufacturers to come up with some pretty interesting designs.

Samsung has been talking about flexible displays for years, but 2012 could finally be when we see them featured in consumer devices. Our friends at PCWorld recently reported that Samsung expects to introduce flexible displays in the first half of 2012, and handsets should be the first devices to take advantage of them.

Expect to see more details about Samsung displays at the upcoming CES next month.

Via: Engadget

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