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Samsung shows off Youm flexible display | CES 2013: Gadgets …

The technology, Samsung says during a CES keynote speech, will let the company’s partners make bendable, rollable, and foldable displays. Microsoft joins in the demo fun. Read this post by Jonathan Skillings on CES 2013: 

Samsung Galaxy Youm Flexible Display Phone Gets Rendered …

Samsung Galaxy Youm Flexible Display Phone Gets Rendered, Specced.

Samsung Youm Flexible Display – The Awesomer

A 0.3mm thick flexible OLED display which can be bent or shaped to create cool new gadgets. Here, Samsung exec Brian Berkeley demos the tech on a curved smartphone to increase screen real estate.

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New mobile generation Samsung Youm flexible display Demonstration @ CES 2013: http://t.co/zQYdV8RVio via @YouTube

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Rollable display

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Rollable display

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Samsung Galaxy Youm phone with flexible display envisioned

Now a designer has come up with a concept idea of a Samsung Youm flexible display smartphone to give us an idea of what such a device could be like. Samsung showed off its Youm flexible OLED display ideas at CES 2013 and this is the basis of this 

5 features to expect in future smartphones

2. Flexible Screens. Samsung showed off it “Youm” flexible display at the International CES held in January this year. Several prototypes, including concepts for the iPhone 6 and Galaxy Note 3 have emerged online, which tout a flexible display. Thanks