Flexible screens have stayed just around the corner for a long while, but a recent South Korean report, when coupled with Samsung's tech investments, indicates that Samsung may commercialize flexible screens in 2017.
Apple may be in talks with various display suppliers to build OLED panels for the iPhone 8, according to new reports. Samsung, LG and Japan Display are all attached to the project, according to rumors.
OLED panels have graced televisions and smartphones for several years, but have been absent in laptops and computer monitors. At CES 2016 that finally changed, and it marks a huge leap forward in display quality.
CES 2016 kicks off with a slew of cool tech to see and experience. VR is a major theme for the show, and we check out the first consumer ready VR camera. Also, get an exclusive first look at LG's newest OLED.
LG plans to open an OLED factory in 2018, spending $8.7 billion on the facility to build all types of displays. The factory might be the first to manufacture OLED displays for the iPhone, with Apple apparently looking for an OLED supplier.
LG shows off its latest ode to OLED at South Korea's Incheon International Airport in the form of two monstrous OLED structures. Composed of 140 individual curved displays, the structures are 13 meters tall, and 8 meters across.
While the price tag on Panasonic's first 4K OLED television is incredibly steep, the potential for price reductions over the next few years due to increased competition may bring OLED to the average consumer.
LG today announced the company's gorgeous top-tier 4K UHD OLED displays will stream High Dynamic Range content from Amazon Prime Instant Video, joining a very elite group of next-gen TVs that support the burgeoning technology.