AnonD-131793, 10 Nov 2014Stop hating. You need to see Samsung 2011 flexible display on Youtube. Most of LGs concepts ar... morewtf are you saying dude LG is number one in the world for screens you "samfan boy"
Anonymous, 10 Nov 2014This is innovation that I would like to see. While Samsung seems a bit all over the place, LG ... moreStop hating. You need to see Samsung 2011 flexible display on Youtube. Most of LGs concepts are already presented by Samsung prototypes back in 2011.
Anonymous, 10 Nov 2014So nothing useful until 2017Optimist... not...
I find it great al these developments. Very interesting what the future will bring!
I mean yeah you can make flexible displays and that's all pretty cool, but can you make the other hardware parts flexible as well? Can you actually make a fully functional flexible phone or other gadget? I'm pretty interested in that, if it's possible in the near future (at maximum 10 years).
I want tearable screens. Then I want to roll the screen into a ball and do hoop shots with this LG trash.
Anonymous, 10 Nov 2014This is innovation that I would like to see. While Samsung seems a bit all over the place, LG ... moreSamsung already possess this tech hence the note edge uses the youm olded a bendable display.
Well, right now I'd first like to see my G2 get updated to Android 5.0
This is innovation that I would like to see. While Samsung seems a bit all over the place, LG seems to be more focused in its innovation.
bendable or rollable displays are of no use when battery and other components cant support it
Ha bending phone next year??? LG you are to late Apple already have that feature!
AnonD-329534, 10 Nov 2014flexible. bendable. not portable.Yep, just another "innovation" in the name of being different. Like back buttons which defy common sense and are step back (For which i would never buy an lg product...well, in the next 2+ years at least).
the mobile world moves at a breakneck pace and so will the dispalys. Can we some day hear ' and so does battery tech'