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.
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Generally considered to be the nicer displays, AMOLED smartphone screens have now dropped in price enough that they are selling wholesale for roughly the same place as their LCD competition.
Samsung has unveiled the SE790C, a 34-inch curved monitor with super-wide 21:9 aspect ratio and Ultra-WQHD (3440x1440px) resolution, along with what the company refers to as "award-winning curvature".
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.
In a recently discovered video, Samsung shows a vision of the future where there are lots of touchscreen displays in nearly every product, including one that surrounds a coffee thermos.