Samsung unveils its smartphone with flexible display and the first curved OLED TV
At CES, the first of the two most anticipated technology fairs earlier this year, Samsung unveiled, just in the last few hours, a small but intense taste of what it has in Serbian for us users for years to come, both in terms of the smartphone market both in terms of the TV.
On stage in Las Vegas, in fact, Samsung showed prototypes of mobile phones with flexible display, a feature which is discussed for some time now but until a few months ago was still seen as mere little or fiction.
Among the previews shown by South Korea is a smartphone with a display that folded when opened becomes a true tablet, a prototype Windows Phone smartphone also equipped with flexible screen and a smartphone with a touchscreen on both sides by curved where you can view various information and continuous scrolling.
This technology will be marketed under the name Youm and almost certainly will need to wait a few more years before you can see devices of this type directly in stores.
Regarding the TV industry, however, South Korea has presented what without any doubt can be considered as the first OLED TV curve in the world.
Also at CES Samsung has in fact shown a bystander TV prototype 55-inch display with curved through which, promises sudcorenaa, you can get much much more immersive multimedia experience and, above all, more focused towards the user.
The panel has the maximum size dall'OLED up to now and has the same colors as vivid and intense as we have become accustomed to this technology.
TV in question when you do not yet know much except for the fact that it seems that Samsung is willing to start its commercialization by the middle of this year.