lg-flexible-oledLG Display has had gone through a rather successful fiscal quarter, and it seems there is more good news on the way – at least for those who are involved in mobile devices. LG Display is touted to deliver what they call as the “true flexible” Plastic OLED screen to everyone later this July. It seems that there has been various flexible displays already, seen in the LG G Flex 2 and the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, but there must be steps made forward into the future – with word that G is working on mass producing Plastic OLED screens that will offer a unique bending radius of 1.18”.

Of course, apart from being able to perform such acrobatic twists and turns, these new Plastic OLED displays are shatter-proof. Their imaging parameters happen to stay within 60lm/W efficiency, 75lm (807 nits) peak brightness output, 3000K in color temperature, and CRI over 85. It might not be too accurate in terms of its color, but perhaps new modifications and improvements made to the technology will change things in the long run.

How will all of these change the way that LG works where their OLED TVs are concerned? Only time will be able to tell, of course, so we will just have to play the patience card. The image above is an OLED lighting panel made by LG Chem, and it is meant for illustration purposes only.

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