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Samsung thin OLED panel
Samsung boasts extremely thin OLED panels


By Rasmus Larsen (@flatpanels)
07 Jan 2011

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Samsung is not only introducing new products at CES 2011, they are also showcasing new technology. In this video you can adore Samsung’s extremely thin and flexible OLED panel.

Extremely thin OLED panels from Samsung

Samsung has a small booth at CES with some futuristic OLED prototypes for small size devices. One of the OLED panels has been detached to let you see just how thin and flexible it is.

Samsung’s thin OLED panel, Source: Oled-display.net
Samsung’s extremely thin OLED panel, Source: Oled-display.net


Instead of talking we encourage you to watch the video below. In the video you will also see Samsung’s transparent OLED panels.


None of the OLED panels are ready for mass production but phones with curved screens seem to be closer that we might expect. If you want to know more about OLED, see our OLED coverage page here.

Source: Oled-display.net




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