Conceptual Design Smartphone by Professor. Haeseong J. Jee and Hye Yeon You

Unveiled at Hongik University in South Korea in June 2010, a new smartphone concept by Professor. Haeseong J. Jee and Hye Yeon You is to be comprised of plastic polymer substrate instead of glass. This will allow the display to be curled around a one-inch cylinder! Samsung has confirmed that the production of these super flexible amoled displays may make their debut in 2012.

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Nov 2010 The Future of 3D is Bendy TV!!!

Samsung 3D on Bendy TV's for the Home

Nov 2010: Samsung Shows Off Foldable Concept on Large Screen at FDP International 2010. Samsung realizes the future of 3D TV: bendy tv screens which allow 3D viewing from any angle – ideal to immerse yourself in the 3D experience right in your living room!

Ref: SlashGear.com

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Nov 2010 – Wow! Flexible AMOLED Mobile Display Leaked!

This looks like it was leaked by Samsung!

How about a mobile with these properties?

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Nov 2010 Sighting! Samsung Mobile Display . . .

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May 2010 Sony’s Thin Rollable Display

Sony’s Thin Rollable Display

Resolution: 432 by 240 pixels – improvement by May 2010!

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Jan 2009 Flex OLED Demonstration Captured!

Kurisumaku captured brilliant footage of Sony’s rad 2009 CES display of flex oled!

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May 2008 Foldable OLED Phone Demo

May 2008 Foldable OLED Phone Demo by Samsung

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April 2008 Readius eInk Mobile Device

Sighting: April 2008

Where it really gets exciting? Fast-forward to Minute 1:20!

Ref: palmsolo’s Life with Mobile Devices

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March 2008 Sees Advance in Manufacturing

In 2008, newspaper-type roll-to-roll was explored as a more efficient method than batch of flexible OLED manufacturing!

OLED manufacturing goes roll-to-roll!

In partnership with Energy Conversion Devices (ECD), with a grant from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), GE moved flexible oled forward when it introduced a roll-to-roll method of display manufacturing.

Ref: Ars Technica

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May 2007: Sony Unveils 1st FOLED Display

In May 2007, Sony announced its full-color OLED – organic light-emitting diode – screen, built on TFT – Thin Film Transistor – technology. It is slapped on plastic instead of glass, which leads to a thin, bendable, display shown here:

Size: 2.5″
Resolution: 120 X 60 pixels
Thickness: 0.3 mm
Wt: 1.5 g
Colors: 16.8 million

Ref: Pink Tentacle

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