Samsung is one of the most innovative tech companies in the world. They have a specialty in making smartphone displays with AMOLED technology that offer great contrast and brightness. The Koren giant recently took us by surprise by revealing that they could start producing flexible display very by the second week of Novem ber this year.
“Samsung flexible AMOLED display mass production will begin in November,” says a Samsung insider. If we believe the reports coming from a South Korean newspaper called MK News, Samsung is planning to start the production of this new kind of display from November 2012 onward. The new display was first showcased by Samsung at the CES 2011.
Such display with 5.5″ size will be used in the “advanced” version of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 2. According to the officials at Samsung Electronics, the company plans to replace its glass-based AMOLED (organic light-emitting diode) display with the plastic-based flexible AMOLED screens. The use of the flexible yet strong plastic substance will thus help Samsung reduce the thickness and weight of its devices and produce slimmer smartphones and tablets.
Here is a video to demonstrate how strong Samsung flexible display can be.
via: MK News