Samsung’s has larger, stretchier OLED display that looks a bit like a rubber sheet

Hot on the heels of LG’s “Real Folding Window” showcase, Samsung is taking its moment to shine with a new stretchable OLED display demo.

At this week’s Global Tech Korea 2021, Samsung presented an impressive 13-inch OLED panel that appears to stretch at varying degrees. The panel displayed a video of lava flowing while different sections rose and fell as if to mimic the flow of the lava and thus adding another level of 3D immersion to the content.

According to Changhee Lee, executive vice president of Samsung Display, the degree at which stretchable displays could be deformed “was about 5% in the past, but now it has improved significantly,” going on to suggest that the company plans to use this technology in future products like rollable smartphones and more (via ETNews).

This isn’t the first time Samsung showcased impressive display technology aimed at future form factors. Earlier this year, the company presented a video showing off display concepts like a slideable smartphone, a display that folds in two parts, and folding tablets. The company has also shown off an earlier concept of its stretchable display technology back in 2017, although the panel was smaller at 9.1-inches.


Source: Samsung’s larger, stretchier OLED display technology is creepy and cool | Android Central

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