Samsung Z Fold S is rumored to be the budget variant of the Korean giant's foldable smartphone lineup. It is rumored to feature a single OLED screen with a 360-degree hinge, just like the one on Duo.
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An unknown Samsung device has appeared on its Indian website. The support page for the device has gone live. It features the model number 'SM-F415F/DS', the 'F' indicating that it is a Fold device.
The maker of the first smartwatch to feature a bendable display - the nubia Alpha - has announced a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter for the next generation of its product, the nubia Watch.
Electronics company nubia has announced a new smartwatch featuring a flexible display. It is called the nubia Watch and will be available for purchase in China on August 5. Pre-orders are open.
Japan will impose tougher restrictions upon South Korean companies with regard to export of tech materials like phone displays. It is also considering removing the country from its trade "white list".
Many thought it would be Samsung, but it turned out Royole would be the first to announce a folding smartphone and also make it available for sale. We got a hands-on during CES 2019.
The name of the South Korean conglomerate's foldable flagship, due sometime next year, has been in flux. New trademarks filed by the company in the US suggest it may be called 'Flex'.
According to a new report, Samsung has allegedly sent out early samples of its foldable display technology to Xiaomi and OnePlus, two of its biggest competitors in the smartphone space.
Chinese smartphone maker Nubia's most interesting reveal at IFA 2018 is this amalgam of a smartphone and a watch, featuring an oblong, bendable display that it thinks will be the 'future of mobility'.
Lenovo's Cplus is an Android concept device with a 4.35-inch flexible AMOLED display, and a form factor that allows the user to hold it like a smartphone, or wrap it around their wrist like a watch.
LG has set a new record with its flexible 77-inch OLED display. The display is part of a project with South Korea's government, which will see it being used in all types of new unique applications.
At an event in New York, Lenovo showed off a gamut of products, including a concept device that includes a flexible display. Although interesting, the firm did not give many details about the project.
It's been revealed that Google has offered at least $880m to LG Display to ensure a stable supply of OLED displays, for use on its upcoming Pixel smartphones, expected to be released this year.
Rumors previously suggested that Samsung would show off a device with a foldable display at MWC 2017, and launch it later this year - but Samsung says the technology is unlikely to mature until 2019.
Samsung will be ready to unveil a smartphone that can unfold into a small tablet by the third quarter of the year, and LG will follow suit with its own foldable devices before the end of 2017.
LG Display announced it would invest a massive amount of money into a new flexible OLED display production line. This comes as Samsung is expected to unveil a new device with a flexible display.
Microsoft Research has developed a new type of smartphone cover. It features a secondary display and it knows when and how it's being flexed, offering users new ways to interact with their devices.
A Taiwanese manufacturer demonstrates a bendable screen that sends input to a phone's operating system. Perhaps someday the screen can warn users if it bends too much in your pocket?
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.
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.
Nokia and Samsung are hoping that 2012 will be the year of flexible displays, but Apple isn't buying it. Could flexible displays be just the thing Microsoft needs to gain a foothold with Windows 8?
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.