We did sniff out word that Samsung could very well begin mass production of their flexible AMOLED displays from as early as November onward, but it does seem as though this is not the case according to the latest word from the ground. ETNews has reported that Samsung will indeed be pushing back the mass production date of the flexible displays, as they pretty much have their hands full at the moment, and will need to accommodate the demand of regular AMOLED displays.
At time of publishing, Samsung Display is able to produce up to 56,000 glass substrates each month, and they have every intention of increasing that figure up to 64,000 substrates each month. Well, I guess this can only mean that our dreams of having a smartphone with a curved display will just have to take the back seat at the moment. What, in your opinion, do you think is the best way make full use of a flexible AMOLED display?
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