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Samsung is believed to be working on two devices with bendable displays - including one with a 5-inch form factor that opens up to become an 8-inch tablet - and they may be unveiled in early 2017.
LG will invest $8.5bn in OLED display technology over the next three years, in an effort to establish itself as a leader in OLED TVs and a new generation of devices with truly flexible displays.
LG has announced details of availability for the G Flex2, its new curved Android flagship, featuring an octa-core 2.0GHz Snapdragon 810 processor, 2GB RAM, and 13MP rear camera with laser auto-focus.
Apple has recently been granted a patent that shows the company has been toying with the idea of a curved iPhone but just because they got the patent does not mean we will see it on retail shelves.
Samsung has said that it will begin volume production of flexible displays for smartphones that can be folded next year, and the first such device will go on sale before the end of 2015.
LG has shown off its new 18-inch flexible OLED, which can be rolled up to a radius of 3cm - while still turned on and without damaging it - and also unveiled its new transparent OLED panel.
Nokia and its research partner SEL have jointly revealed new flexible displays that can be folded into two or three sections, while switched on, or opened up into a flat 5.9-inch 720p OLED.
LG's gently curved and slightly flexible handset, the G Flex, will launch in the first of over twenty European markets next month, as the company expands availability of the device beyond Asia.
We've seen concepts of flexible handsets that can be bent into different shapes before, but the MorePhone prototype is a different beast - a phone that changes its own shape to alert users.
Flexible displays remain one of the most hotly-anticipated developments in mobile tech, and Samsung is preparing to show off its latest at CES: a 5.5" 1280x720px bendy screen designed for smartphones.
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