We can often hear rumors about the flexible display and most tech enthusiast probably dreams about it too. Several rumors came in the form of varieties of images, and even videos but they diminished in a quick matter of time. It has been long rumored that companies like Samsung and LG are working on their own flexible display and this time it is no exception, there has been several rumors that Samsung’s upcoming device known as Galaxy X could be graced with a flexible display, which can be folded up and easily inserted inside your pocket, without the fear of ripping your favorite jeans.
Well, most of you might find this amusing but we have reached to a point where TVs and monitors are not flat anymore, instead of it they are getting more curve and it’s not surprising for us to see a smartphone with edge display anymore, as Samsung has been manufacturing their Edge lineups for sometimes.
If the rumors tend to be true, the new Galaxy X is touted to feature a 4K display which will have ability to fold up, like a wallet. At SID 2016 – the display trade show, they are showcasing the design that would probably be used in their upcoming devices, but sadly it’s not a 4K display.
The new flexible display that Samsung is ready to showcase at SID 2016 will be a 5.7-inch AMOLED screen carrying a resolution of 2560 x 1440. The display is said to be super thin, measuring at just 0.3mm in thickness, weighing in about 5 grams as well as sports a radius curvature of 10, which means it can be rolled up into a circle with a radius of a 10mm.
As stated, Samsung will also be launching the AMOLED display for laptops, which is believed to be super thin. Such slim factor of the display will surely help to decrease the weight of laptops in future.