Samsung Display has a few new goodies to show off at Display Week, including three displays that make Apple’s Retina panels look rather outdated.
Samsung could be about to put an end to the PC/tablet debate, with the news that it's created a bendable AMOLED screen which won't crease, even after it's been folded 100,000 times.
Samsung says it managed to clinch a whopping three million Galaxy S II (global) pre-orders.
Taiwanese researchers have designed an amazingly flexible 6" color AMOLED.
The display - which measures just 0.01cm thick - is capable of rendering images even when folded.
Tweets from an influential journalist suggest that Samsung is completely out of AMOLED supply because Apple placed a gigantic order, thus temporarily suspending production of Galaxy S and Wave phones.
Thanks to a new display manufacturing facility that Samsung will be opening up soon, Samsung will go from making 3 million mobile phone screens a month to 30 million.
HTC will be equipping a number of its newly manufactured handsets - including the Desire and global Nexus One - with Super LCD display (SLCD) technology.
Samsung has reportedly designed an "indestructible" AMOLED display capable of withstanding the wrath of a swinging hammer.
An AMOLED (Active Matrix Organic Light Emitting Diode) shortage is threatening to "slow" the Android-Allied offensive against Apple's iPhone and its entrenched AMLCD technology.