Samsung to Show off Flexible Smartphone Screens at CES 2013
Rumors are indicating that Samsung will be on hand at CES 2013 with a very interesting new flexible smartphonedisplay. The screen is said to be 5.5-inches wide and bendable. Samsung has shown bendable smartphone displays at CES shows in the past.
The screen is said to have HD resolution and should allow for more design capabilities since it's flexible. Samsung is also supposed to be showing off a much larger 55-inch display size for TV screens or computer screen that is flexible.
There are a lot of other hard details on the display at this time. A 5.5-inch size would certainly be in tune with the Android smartphone market moving towards larger devices that skirt the gap between tablets and smartphones.
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