Posts Tagged ‘ flexible display ’

Samsung Begins Teasing CES 2013 Reveal (Video)

December 10, 2012

Samsung has posted a brief teaser video for CES 2013, which will take place early next year from January 8 to 11 in Las Vegas. Samsung tells us to “get ready because something new is coming” and that we should “stay tuned” to find out more soon. While Samsung tends to have its hand...
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Samsung Galaxy S4 to Release in April 2013 with ‘Unbreakable’ Display?

December 6, 2012

Samsung is still enjoying the popularity and success of its Galaxy S III Android smartphone, but today there’s news of its successor, the Galaxy S IV. There’s word that Samsung may actually be in the process of accelerating the annual launch of its flagship handset. According to highly regarded analysts, the Galaxy S4 is...
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Samsung Mobile to Mass Produce Flexible OLED Smartphone Displays in the First Half of 2013

November 14, 2012

Samsung is planning to begin mass-producing flexible mobile OLED displays for use in smartphones soon. According to a source close to the situation, the Samsung Display team is currently in the final phase of development of the bendable displays and they should go into production in the first half of 2013. Unsurprisingly, the screens...
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Samsung’s transparent, flexible display concept (video)

December 5, 2011

While Samsung plans to release a flexible mobile display in 2012, they’re also envisioning the future of smartphone and tablet computing beyond what’s currently attainable. The video above shows off a flexible, transparent 3D AMOLED smartphone-tablet hybrid display concept that’s sure to make any tech enthusiast’s mouth water. Sure, it’s all imaginary and it...
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Nokia Kinetic Device: flexible screen tech to navigate UI

October 26, 2011

Here’s an interesting concept that Nokia is currently developing. The video above demos the prototype Nokia Kinetic device, which houses a 4-inch flexible display that can offer unique usage scenarios. The user can actually navigate the user interface simply by bending and twisting the device. It recognizes selection, scrolling, speed scrolling, zooming in and...
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