It was a while back that suggested that Samsung could be launching smartphones in 2012 with flexible AMOLED displays. Such displays were not a myth and they have been prototyped and displayed in public before, but as to how they might translate into a smartphone device remains to be seen. Well if you were hoping your next smartphone would be a Samsung-made one with a flexible AMOLED display, that’s still a possibility although you should probably not expect to get your hands on said device this year.
According to reports from Korea, it seems that Samsung is having “problems with the yield” regarding production of the flexible AMOLED displays, which caused them to delay the production. Word has it that Samsung could get this issue sorted out by the end of 2012 which means that if you want a phone with a flexible AMOLED display, the first half of 2013 would be your best bet – at the earliest. Of course like the folks at Tech Radar have pointed out, this will more than likely pave way to rumors suggesting that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will feature such a display. We won’t read too much into that at the moment, but do check back with us at a later date as we’ll keep you updated!
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