We didn't need much convincing to believe that flexible and transparent screens have a great future. Smartphones and tablets these days are about the touch experience and any updates done to the screen itself have a great potential to improve the general user experience greatly.
Still, Samsung felt that it's a good time to release another visionary video demonstrating where the achievements of its R&D department can get us.
It's quite impressive right? Of course, it would be naive to expect anything like it from the first batch of flexible AMOLEDs, which should be out as early as next year. We are not sure when the transparent part of the deal described above will also come to the shelves, but we guess it will take another year at the very least.
Nonetheless, it's good to know that smartphone technology still has room for improvement and we might have something else besides pixel count and contrast to quarrel over in the works.
anyone can getta concept buddy but the world needs those who can able to implement it.. samsung the great. love you samsung..
thats false..samsung start it first
I see there's a lot of hate from Nokia fanboys here. Just to remind everyone to get off your drugs and come back to earth. This was in 2010: youtube.com/watch?v=dY_ADCTBKVE And this was in 2008 !!!: youtube.com/watch?v=G2SCZvU8sGU I also ...