Samsung to demo a 4.5" flexible AMOLED display and a 14" transparent one
Photos are already trickling down of the flexible screen - unlike the previous 240x400 pixels attempts, this one sports a quite decent 480x800 resolution. Samsung says that ghosting is almost negligible on the flexible display with 0.4" (1cm) radius. The screen has a quick response time, low power consumption, and a thin profile. The usual rigid glass substrate is swapped for a special plastic one, with some of the technology coming from the Galaxy S's screen. The existing plastic substrates melt at 350-400 degrees, so no circuitry could be implemented in them.
Very exciting times, and we can't wait for Samsung to show the transparent and 3D displays as well, in a few days.
1. protozeloz posted on 04 Nov 2010, 07:42 0 0
wow this promises to be interesting. a phone capable of "bending to my needs" thats quite awesome
3. samaki posted on 05 Nov 2010, 06:45 0 0
why Samsung didn't made phones from aluminum, stainless steel or super strong glass like iPhone. A big company as Samsung they should built lot more fancy phone like HTC and Motorola.