In January, Samsung’s mobile display spin-off will bring us a step closer to bendable smartphones. Now that’s twisted.
In a analyse of the ordered OLED equipment we can you inform you about Samsungs new AMOLED and OLED-Tv capacity plans. At 1 July 2012 Samsung Display was founded and they changed also some plans for the AMOLED capacity future. The report says that they expect now to increase capacity at the A2 fab (A2E) [...]
In early 2012, Samsung said they aim to start mass production of plastic-based flexible OLEDs towards the end of 2012. But 2012 is almost over, and new reports suggest that Samsung delayed their plans to early 2013. But is Samsung really that close to mass production? One of the major hurdles towards plastic based OLEDs [...]
The Wall Street Journal: Samsung stretches lineup, group plans to mass produce flexible mobile-device screens
As the battle for dominance in the smartphone and tablet-computer market intensifies, South Korean conglomerate Samsung is pushing ahead with plans to start mass production of displays using plastic rather than glass, a move that will make mobile devices unbreakable, lighter and bendable. Samsung’s display unit, Samsung Display Co., is in the last phase of [...]
oled-display: Samsung Display showcase the future of transparent flexible amoled displays in a new video
Samsung Display which was founded in 2012 and the company is working with the latest in LCD and OLED technology featuring small to ultra large panel sizes. Samsung Display want to introduce transparent, flexible, rolled or folded OLED Displays in the next few years. Now Samsung Display showcase new devices for our world which we [...]
When it comes to delivering the next generation of smartphones with dual displays and beyond, Samsung has been putting the pedal to the metal. This has been a mammoth year for Samsung in terms of advancing the flexible display. In September their display division had successfully mass-produced the world’s first flexible display and although it [...]
Samsung Displays goal to start the mass production of flexible full color AMOLED Displays will be not reached. Samsung Display want to improve the AMOLED Display production capacity because of the high demand. One of the reason is the successfully smartphone sector like Galaxy S3. Samsung display can produce 56.000 glass substrates per month. Samsung [...]
One industry official told DDaily that if Samsung manages to fix things before or in early 2013, we still might see the first smartphone with a flexible AMOLED touchscreen coming in the first half of next year. Galaxy S IV perhaps?