When it comes to flexible display technology, companies such as Samsung probably come to mind. This is thanks to the South Korean tech giant’s demonstration of the Youm technology earlier this year, not to mention the release of the Galaxy Round, the world’s first smartphone with a flexible display. Recently there have also been talks about a flexible tablet, and also the possibility of a flexible OLED TV which has been rumored for unveiling at CES 2014. Well the semi-good news is that the idea of a flexible OLED TV might not be so far-fetched, as Samsung’s co-CEO, Boo-keun Yoon, acknowledged that devices like that could be a possibility.
In an interview with CNET, Yoon was asked if we could be seeing a TV with a flexible display in the future, in which Yoon answered in the affirmative by saying, “It can be.” This short and succinct statement at the very least acknowledges that the possibility is there, although it does not exactly confirm when we might see it. This is compared to the rest of the interview in which Yoon gave pretty long and detailed answers, hinting that maybe with a possible demonstration around the corner at CES 2014, Yoon did not want to give too much away. What do you guys think? Who else is excited at the idea of a TV with a flexible display?
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