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Plastic Logic flexible AMOLED near-invincible screens could make E Ink old news

Plastic Logic flexible AMOLED near-invincible screens could make E Ink old news

By 5 June 2014

Plastic Logic has demoed its flexible AMOLED screen that could beat all others to smartphones and wearables soon. The screens are still in the early stages of development but are already capable of 30 frames per second refresh rates, 256 levels of grey... >>

First AMOLED smartphone screen with 513ppi is spied

First AMOLED smartphone screen with 513ppi is spied

By 11 April 2014

Future Samsung smartphones could feature a 5.7-inch QHD AMOLED 2,560 x 1,400-resolution display with 513 pixels per inch, thanks to Taiwan-based AU Optronics and its latest HD panel technology. Samsung revealed earlier this year that it was developing... >>

Samsung promises flexible OLED screen phones for 2012

Samsung promises flexible OLED screen phones for 2012

By 28 October 2011

Samsung is to introduce flexible screen phones next year, presumably for the South Korean market first. The company has also said that it plans to introduce the technology to tablets and other portable devices. Pocket-lint played with the Nokia bendable... >>

Samsung shows off bendy Super-AMOLED display

Samsung shows off bendy Super-AMOLED display

By 9 November 2010

This is seriously cool. We've seen flexible E Ink paper from Sony before, as well as rollable OLED displays - but a bendy Super-AMOLED screen from Samsung gets us very excited indeed. You see, Pocket-lint cannot wait for the next smartphone revolution... >>

Super LCD heading to HTC handsets

Super LCD heading to HTC handsets

By 26 July 2010

HTC has announced that it will be introducing Sony's Super LCD displays into its smartphones in the coming months, including the Nexus One, which it produced for Google, and its very own, HTC Desire. The move comes amid reports that Samsung, who currently... >>

Samsung predicts huge AMOLED boom

Samsung predicts huge AMOLED boom

By 21 May 2010

Samsung marketing vp Lee Woo-jong has told the Reuters Global Technology Summit that he expects the smartphone market to continue expanding, and with it, the demand for AMOLED screens to grow rapidly. Good news for Samsung who, last week, said it was... >>


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