All their phones, currently using Note edge and S6, hangs badly. Restarts automatically, has loads of lag while performing multi tasking. Wats d use tagging them Flagships. Asa you integrate your emails, fone slows down and works at its own will. Sorry Sammy, this is the truth I am facing from Galaxy s2 days till date.
Add a second ink display. Make it thinner than 10mm(good luck with that) A must have 3000mah+ battery, 4:3 ratio display, solar charging capability and waterproof
Adomas, 28 May 2015And thats exactly why that article is misleading.Not sure what you mean by that. A foldable display is what is missing to have a foldable phone with a display spanning both halves. And Samsung seems to getting close to creating one. Isn't that what the article is about? What is misleading about that?
Jarret, 29 May 2015Once again, Samsung lead the innovations. Apple lostIf you call the garbage named Touchwiz and the fact that their phones suffer lag in less than six months as innovations then by all means they are innovative. Lol
Jarret, 29 May 2015Once again, Samsung lead the innovations. Apple lost100% agreed. Truth is truth, whether you like it or not.
AnonD-278667, 28 May 2015LG is ahead with oled technology..LG oled TV are the best...they dont put it on smartphones si... moresony has been using quantum dot ips since 3 years under the name triluminos. and u say lg gave the new quantum..lol. i just love it when sansung and lg brainwashed guys try to act cool.lol.
AnonD-135818, 28 May 2015Foldable devices was like 10 years ago GSMA. I think you mean foldable screens.Agree. Lol another mistake from gsmarena.
Stadtionalist, 29 May 2015Still old news. This is an article from 2010.
http://www.engadget.com/2010/11/04/samsung-show... moreAs a matter of fact, first rumors are over 10 years old:
Back then they expected commercially available displays that could be folded like a tv guide xD
AnonD-368587, 28 May 2015innovation hahahaha, say that again. They are no longer market leaders. rubbish. Try looking a... moreStill old news. This is an article from 2010.
Thin curved display would make excellent wrist phone and smart watch. Go get them sami
AnonD-368587, 28 May 2015innovation hahahaha, say that again. They are no longer market leaders. rubbish. Try looking a... moreThese evidences from wikipedia might dissappoint you but there were people whom trying to make usable flexible displays and there are allways will be.
So, just like nokia Samsung was also busy at same year with flexible displays also sony, lg, hp etc.
Nokia made a prototype, so samsung but only samsung make it true. (Note 4 Edge, Galaxy Curve, S6 Edge ) but where is the nokia's phone?
Have you seen anything?
Look at below texts, your brain will blow out.
HP and ASU
In 2005, Arizona State University opened a 250,000 square foot facility dedicated to flexible display research named the ASU Flexible Display Center (FDC). ASU received $43.7 million from the Army Research Lab towards the development of this research facility. A planned prototype device was slated for public demonstration later that year
Demonstration of a 4.1" prototype flexible display from Sony
Sony Electronics expressed interest for research and development towards a flexible display video display since 2005. In partnership with RIKEN (the Institute of Physical and Chemical Research), Sony promised to commercialize this technology in TVs and cellphones sometime around 2010. In May 2010 Sony showcased a rollable TFT-driven OLED display.
In late 2010, Samsung Electronics announced the development of a prototype 4.5 inch flexible AMOLED display. The prototype device was then showcased at Consumer Electronics Show 2011. During the 2011 Q
Foldable devices was like 10 years ago GSMA. I think you mean foldable screens.
LG is ahead with oled technology..LG oled TV are the best...they dont put it on smartphones since it would raise the cost peice of thier smartphones..raising the price for a little of noticable diffrence is not worthit..perhaps when they gain more ground on the market they will try to implement oled on theire samrtphones..but with the new quantum IPS thats not really needed..
Trend, 28 May 2015This is why they are the market leaders!! Innovation that excites!! WOWinnovation hahahaha, say that again. They are no longer market leaders. rubbish. Try looking at Nokia from 2011. http://www.gsmarena.com/nokia_demonstrates_flexible_oled_display_at_nokia_world-news-3318.php
the world is not ready for that, all people want is a phone to communicate, not to flex the device like a toy.
prepare for ripgate from samsung on their flexible phone screens issues.
it just doesn't makes sense to discuss if this technology can be applied to hand-phones or not. Why would someone really need or want a flexible display in their hand?
Of course this technology would have a lot more interesting applications in other areas. What about attaching flexible screens to other electronics in your house, or car, or whatever you want to add a screen to?