in the next 10~15 years, there will be a hologram phone?
3d figure comes out hihi...
Samsung is without a doubt the most advanced electronic device producer.
Mobile Phone Technology went crazy in the last 15 - 20 years, I wonder what kind of phones we will be using in another 10 to 15 years ? Any ideas ??
I really hope they come and release some hot flips soon!!! Touch and everything!! ^^
If only it could have been installed on the D900(i), so many broken screens with that mobile, maybe that is where the idea came from.
Not that Samsung ever claimed the phone was a design fault(maybe that's where SJ got his idea from too..blame everyone else)
Anonymous, 22 Jul 2010TWO YEARS??? I want it now... That would be a great phone. I just hope that the phone is not g... morePut it into Blendtec blender and u will find out that even the amoled also will gone.
Yeah the AMOLED may be indestructable however I'm picking the circuitry underneath snaps like a twig. Notice how they kept that out of the way? Impressive demo all the same.
They are singing "A MO LED!!!". Also very impressive. I'm getting galaxy S, now I know what I can look forward to with Samsung.
TWO YEARS??? I want it now... That would be a great phone. I just hope that the phone is not going to be from plastic like Samsung Galaxy S I9000. Imagine everything breaks down exept Amoled...
why would you need unless you have a flexible phone if its a normal phone and you hit it with a hammer the screen might not break but the other stuff inside it will.
they could make displays that can be folded i guess but thats a bit far fetched
Tehc Freshie, 22 Jul 2010GREAT WORK to let us glimpse at it~! However, it was not all by Samsung. LG Philips R&D sp... moreMany manufacturer are reluctant to plunge in huge amount of money into such new technology, as you can see, samsung has dominated the OLED, now AMOLED market with 90% market share. I read in an article before, LG did research on such technology but they are not committed to such new technology, but instead focus on improving LCD while Samsung on the other hand, plunge in huge amount of money on OLED and AMOLED. It is obvious why samsung is the only manufacturer that could produce expand oled production as they hold most of the patents. Look at the AMLED display shortage, many know its a huge potential market, but as they are late comer to such, they would either have to research more or purchase the patents from samsung, which would not come cheap, and therefore their production cost will not be cheap.
That is it i know about AMOLED.