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New production method  promises cheaper  flexible OLED screens

13 August, 2014 | Read the news | Post your comment
New production method  promises cheaper  flexible OLED screens - read the full textA startup company called Kateeva promises to make the mass production flexible OLED screens cheaper and easier next year. The company has come up with a clever process to apply protective coating on OLEDs, and it's a lot faster, too. The problem with flexible displays is their protection...


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> In reply to ajay @ 2014-08-13 21:23 from Mf5j - click to readare you hungry? Is it lunch or launch?

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  • 2014-08-14 11:19
  • S35r

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2014-08-13 17:32 from mgbC - click to readI definitely see it as having a niche in certain areas, But phones,...that's a hard sell as of right now I think. Yes the durability is a BIG plus, but look at the LG G Flex and Samsung Round, it was old news quick and no one really cared.

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  • 2014-08-13 23:26
  • QXS8

when it lunch to india

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  • 2014-08-13 21:23
  • Mf5j

looking forward to see one in the G Flex 2

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  • 2014-08-13 20:47
  • J8MW

Sounds promising!

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  • 2014-08-13 18:58
  • t1$C

Truly Amazing !!!

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  • 2014-08-13 18:50
  • Mx@E

If these technologies and manufacturing proceesse work, it wont only change the way we use our phones, but have an impact on the whole techonology market. Forget phones that wont break when they bend or TV's that give a slighly better picture. This will waking up in the morning and using your window to view emails or your breakfast table to watch films on and intereact with.

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  • 2014-08-13 17:32
  • mgbC

Samsung and LG are big companies and they've spent many dollars to hire top notch engineers that do some research on how to manufacture the flexible displays for years.
so, what make you think they haven't tried those methods before?

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  • 2014-08-13 17:19
  • Kxv0

I think OLED displays are gorgeous, but when it comes to the whole curved display thing, in particular on phones. I don't see where its use is practical. I see it as more of a gimmick, than something that can actually enhance the mobile experience. I saw the prototype design for the Samsung Note Edge, with the volume rocker embedded in the edge of the OLED display, but how do you implement something like that where the user isn't always accidentally adjusting the volume when they hold the device? I'm they'll discover some way to make it work though.

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  • 2014-08-13 17:18
  • QXS8

atlast i can see the real innovation.

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  • 2014-08-13 17:13
  • NsIy

Hope to see soon a phone like Flex

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  • 2014-08-13 16:37
  • buSY

very nice

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  • 2014-08-13 16:23
  • L7xb

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