LG spoke about transparent display tech – something that currently exists for niche applications, such as heads-up displays for aircrafts and luxury vehicles. According to the company, it still has a way to go before commercializing and mass-producing the tech.
The unnamed Samsung official, on the other hand, spoke of foldable smartphones and that it will be possible for the company to produce them in 2016. Now, we know that Sammy has been playing with flexible prototypes for a while now – it has been granted a patent for a foldable smartphone display, foldabe tablet, and has demoed an early variant of the tech at a presentation event, back in 2013. However, this is also not the first time that the company promises a foldable display for "next year", so we'd wince at this promise. Still, we'd be happy to see at least a prototype so we could – you know – gawk at.