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Samsung demonstrated its upcoming Youm fexlible display technology at its CES 2013 press conference in part by using what it might look like on a version of a Windows Phone device.
Samsung is creating very thin displays that are half as thick as ones available today. The ultimate goal is to allow the displays to be flexed and folded, increasing the portability in devices.
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Nokia showed off a wild looking smartphone display prototype that it called the "Nokia kinetic device" that lets the user physically flex the screen in order to perform various tasks.