Samsung Display is showcasing a rollable Flex OLED display at SID Display Week in Los Angeles. Of course it is not the first development of this type, but such displays have not yet been widely used in real products. The Rollable Flex screen can be rolled up like a scroll and when folded resembles a small tube.
When the display is unfolded, its area increases by about 5 times: the size of the long side changes from 49 mm to 254.4 mm. The diagonal of the fully deployed screen is 12.4 inches, and the resolution is 1200 x 1920 pixels. At the same time, it is not clear how difficult such a decision will be.
Rollable Flex may well become the basis for future tablets or laptops. Samsung said so: the idea is to “revolutionize the mobility of tablets and laptops.” True, there is no data on when a real device with such an OLED screen will enter the market yet.
See the Rollable Flex prototype in action Can at the Samsung Display booth at SID Display Week. There is a company introduced the world’s first OLED panel for smartphones with built-in fingerprint scanner and heart rate sensor.