Samsung and Corning strike a deal over OLED glass
1. solidsnakeduds013 (Posts: 218; Member since: 20 Oct 2010)
ok I like to see technology move forward and new creative, technologies but someone tell me why would someone want a screen that bends? Maybe its just me but can someone tell me why you would want a screen thats flexible?
2. atheisticemetic (Posts: 377; Member since: 18 Dec 2011)
so we can put it in our pocket easier *snicker*
10. Mario1017 (Posts: 336; Member since: 04 Sep 2011)
flexible screens would make breaking the screens practically impossible. that's their goal
3. Arpad (Posts: 39; Member since: 05 Jan 2012)
The most realistic use of this is as mentioned Samsung nexus that is curved.
So the consumer wont be able to bend the screen but the screen will be more curved.
I am just waiting for the super curved banana phone!
4. asimo (Posts: 41; Member since: 05 Jan 2012)
Neo can help!
6. Cwebb (Posts: 501; Member since: 05 Oct 2011)
What makes flexible glass better? Anyone? It sounds like wasted money, not even a gimmick. Silly crapsung
7. UltraElectroMagneticPOP (Posts: 49; Member since: 30 Aug 2011)
I'm not an expert at this, correct me if I'm wrong, but wouldn't a flexible screen make the phone sturdier? I mean the screen would have flex and not get easily crushed by pressure and impact. That's how I see this being somewhat practical. Imagine the iPhone 4/4s having both front and back glass panels flexible. Then it wouldn't be so freakin fragile.
8. Cwebb (Posts: 501; Member since: 05 Oct 2011)
I agree, but I just don't want my bending all over the place, it seems like it could get annoying. And other than that I haven't seen any advantage, nor would I say that that would work entirely.
9. spiderpig2894 (Posts: 451; Member since: 10 Jan 2012)
i dont like the feeling of a screen that is capacitive with this bendable screen. it is like a resistive touch screen.
11. DigitalBoy05 (Posts: 203; Member since: 04 Jun 2011)
for the record the samsung illusion is a phone that features a curved glass display.