Sometime last month, it was rumored that LG was conducting research of producing a 60” flexible OLED display. At the moment the largest flexible OLED display measures 7.4”, so as you can expect, 60” is a huge jump. As it turns out those rumors are true and this task was actually set about by the Korean government, which we expect is making LG feel very good about themselves since they were picked over their rival, Samsung who has been researching and working on flexible OLEDs for quite a while now. Assuming all goes to plan, LG expects to have these 60” flexible OLEDs ready by 2017, which can be used for commercial purposes such as displaying information in windows at bus stations, stores and other public places. However the underlying goal here is to generate exports and creating jobs by promoting next-gen technology as part of the country’s Future Flagship Program.
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