Flexible displays have been shown off in consumer products before, but to a very limited extent. Both Samsung and LG have dabbled in devices that featured curved glass with flexible displays inside, but we haven’t gotten any flexible devices so far.
Japan Display has announced its ... Read More »
One of last year’s most interesting devices was the LG G Flex, the first curved and flexible smartphone to hit the market. Unique as it was, though, it was destined to be niche product and a concept device. This year, LG is back with the G Flex 2, which aims to ... Read More »
Flexible displays are on the way and you’d best prepare for the change that they’re going to bring to the market. All sorts of new concepts and products will be possibl,e including the device featured in the latest rumor: a foldable Samsung tablet. The concept is more logical than one might think. The tablet folds ... Read More »
The LG G Flex is not only one of the first devices to use a flexible display, its also one of the first to take such a screen to the mainstream. LG is intent on making its flexible display technology popular, and so it’s trying to release the G Flex in as many places as ... Read More »
The LG G Flex is the first widely released smartphone with a true flexible display instead of just curved glass. The whole device has the ability to flex under pressure, to the point of becoming totally flat. This is a great way to prevent damage (especially when sitting on the phone), but since flexible displays ... Read More »
We had a good discussion about smart watches on our podcast earlier this week. We discussed the upsides and downsides of using an LCD display versus an E-Ink or Mirasol display, whether battery life was worth sacrifices, and what we want to ... Read More »
What’s next for the smartphone display? We’ve already got pixel densities far higher than the human eye can detect, amazing color reproduction, and panels are thinner and more energy efficient. We’re at the point where innovation in the display space is going to either come to a grinding halt, or explode as companies can push ... Read More »
Now that smartphone manufacturers have mastered multi-core processors capable of handling the most intense of computing tasks, camera sensors that rival $300 point-and-shoots, massive full HD displays that look like vibrant, glowing printed paper and radio technology that provides handhelds with faster data speeds than home connections, what’s next? Samsung is putting their money on ... Read More »
With the success of the original Galaxy Note still following them well into the second quarter of 2012, Samsung is already preparing a successor to the popular phablet. Thanks to a rumor report out of MK Business News, we may now have an idea what could go into the device.
According to MK Business News, ... Read More »
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 ... Read More »