Samsung 4.5-inch WVGA Flexible AMOLED Display Gears Up for CES Showcase

December 31, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung Mobile Display (SMD) is all set to grab eyeballs at the CES by demonstrating their next generation AMOLED displays at Pepcom’s The Digital Experience! press event. The company is planning to gain some early advantage in the category of next-generation technologies such as flexible, foldable and transparent displays.

They’ll be offering the prototype of the most advanced flexible AMOLED display at the event. This 4.5 inch WVGA Flexible AMOLED is only 2mm thick and offers a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels.

It can be rolled down to a one centimeter radius and it is really interesting to know that it is actually offering a display resolution four times that of the previous most flexible AMOLED prototype.

The company has developed this 4.5 inch Flexible AMOLED prototype for bring incorporated in the Smartphones and tablet PCs.

Meanwhile it is notable that they are also showing the world’s first large transparent AMOLED Display prototype, a 19-inch qFHD Transparent AMOLED. It is said to be developed for TVs and monitors.

Where the average amount of transparency in all other AMOLED is below 10%, the prototype AMOLED display is said to maintain up to 30% transparency whether it is off or on. It will also be providing the highest resolution on a transparent large screen TV (over 19 inches) or monitor display.

The innovation is said to be helpful in many ways and the few of the uses listed can include searching the Internet while watching TV, or watching TV on windows, including car windows for backseat passengers.

SMD is also expected to exhibit a 14-inch qFHD transparent AMOLED that is developed for notebook PCs.

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