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Samsung has made its financial figures public for the second quarter of the year, with a 4% decline in revenue, and a shift in focus to flexible OLED panels
For the longest time, smartphone makers have used glass to protect the underlying display from damage. Could plastic be the future?
LG and Samsung are competing to provide OLED displays as well as printed circuit boards that flex for Apple's 2018 iPhones.
Samsung, which is said to be supplying the iPhone 8 with its vibrant OLED displays, is having trouble making them curve on all four sides.
Samsung's first foldable phones may still need time to improve component yields and generate proper market demand before seeing daylight.
Samsung definitely still has a foldable smartphone in the pipeline, and so does LG, both companies currently gunning for H2 2017 launches.
You probably shouldn't rule out the official announcement of the oft-rumored Samsung Galaxy X foldable phone happening this year after all.
Before we get to see the oft-rumored Samsung Galaxy X in action, two unnamed Lenovo foldable prototypes stole the Tech World spotlight yesterday.
The dream of a fully foldable Samsung smartphone or tablet continues to feel like a very distant one, despite a recent showcase of a screen prototype.
It's a phone with a bendy, holographic display and it was dreamed up by a whole lab of scholars in Canada. It's the HoloFlex.
With a curved chassis and self-healing skin, LG's new phablet isn't just big; it's futuristic. Find out just how futuristic in our LG G Flex review!
Samsung just announced the Galaxy Round, a phone with a curved display. Read why the Galaxy Round's curved display may not be so bad after all.
Read what one LG VP had to say about what the company is hoping to do to introduce a phone with a flexible OLED display.
Learn the real reasons behind why manufacturers are rushing to make flexible components for our gadgets.
Read about what may be the next major leap in mobile technologies. It will use flexible screens, batteries, and circuit boards -- but your device itself won't be flexible. Here's why.