Anonymous, 13 Mar 2015Samsung copy from iPhone 6+!Yeah right. Why they always do that? :/
such a highly flexible phone would probably lose the glass so it could just be shatter proof. the display itself is almost indestructible so this shouldn't be too hard to achieve.
and to the guys who are complaining about battery R&D and sht like that, Samsung doesn't do that, I'm pretty sure there are other companies out there who are hard at work on this field and S is no match for them - u can't be the best in everything, so why try to force it.
I hope samsung makes a true transparent display like we see in movies. I can pay whatever amount of money samsung wants for that kind of smartphone!
Petrit Avdyli, 13 Mar 2015Imagine the phone falling, and not shattering to pieces. Because the bending option, the impac... moreNot satisfied with ur explaination...The flexible cncept is a gimmicky...wat can u do this flexing phone...You can make and recieved calls u can send or recieved txt u can interact in social media..what's the use of flexible phone?
Great job samsung, although this is gonna be far off, we won't see true flexible devices until we master graphene..
speaksonlytruth, 13 Mar 2015Ok great idea and looks good but don't see the purpose of it.. S6 Edge makes sense to me, it w... moreImagine the phone falling, and not shattering to pieces. Because the bending option, the impact is minimal (on whatever side it falls).
Ok great idea and looks good but don't see the purpose of it.. S6 Edge makes sense to me, it works and looks great too!
Ugh, i've just talked myself out of buying an S6 edge and now Samsung is really taking the way of curved screens and phones. It'll be hard to resist if only for the wow factor.
Apple is going to sue Samsung for copying of bending smartphone. LOL!
Anonymous, 13 Mar 2015Samsung copy from iPhone 6+!iPhone came up with bendable phone which cannot retain the original design though. :P
But this is flexible phone so I guess, it can be bent in both directions and still retain its original shape.
Kaimu, 13 Mar 2015"Flexibility has been a key focal point of innovation in the smartphone industry lately... moreI wish they'll spend as much R&D on battery technology, or maybe they already have it, they just don't want to let us have it else we wouldn't upgrade our phones.
"Flexibility has been a key focal point
of innovation in the smartphone
industry lately and it looks like things
will continue in the same direction."
Of course things will continue in that direction simply because samsung has come in and will undoubtedly transform this sector(as they always do!).
Hopefully this technique will be applied to Note 5 or S7.
I cannot wait to have a phone like that...
Wonering when will air keyboard be available to phone use.