Flexible displays are expected to become more widely used in mobile applications in 2014. But how flexible will they be? Due to constraints in components supply chains the amount of flexibilty offered in these new devices are likely to be limited in 2014 but will nevertheless set the bar for future developments.
Curved smartphone displays embark on circuitous path to success at CES, says IHSWednesday 8 January 2014
LG Electronics' announcement that it will ship a curved smartphone using a flexible display to the US market in the first quarter stirred excitement at CES 2014, according to IHS.
Samsung, LG put in increased orders for flexible display smartphone componentsThursday 2 January 2014
Supply chains are seeing increased orders from Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics for components used in smartphones with flexible displays.
Flexible display shipments to be limited due to supply chain constraintsThursday 28 November 2013
Component makers in the flexible display supply chain are facing production difficulties, limiting the chances of volume shipments in the near future.
Flexible display market to reach nearly 800 million shipments by 2020, says IHSThursday 6 June 2013
Demand for flexible displays is set to undergo massive growth during the next seven years, with a broad variety of applications – ranging from smartphones to giant screens mounted...
AMOLED TV panel market to see limited shipments in coming years, says DisplaybankThursday 21 February 2013
Although AMOLED TVs headlined the January 2013 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), shipments of these high-end panels will remain limited in the coming years, according to research firm...
Commentary: Flexible displays to be focal point for panel makersFriday 6 July 2012
Flexible displays, which are bendable and extremely light and thin screens, are starting to be researched and developed more in depth. These paper-like devices will also be very energy-efficient...