Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy Note 5 reported to feature flexible displays
Samsung is all set to get back in the business of flexible displays. It is set to start work in one of its factories again that will be producing flexible displays. Needless to say, the displays will be meant for use in the next generation of Samsung flagships, namely the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6. Both the devices are expected to arrive with flexible displays that will forever change the way we see things on our smartphones.
The next generation devices will still be plastic units and Samsung is expected not to move away from plastic devices for a while now but something new in terms of display will surely catch the attention of many.
A three side Youm screen is what Samsung is believed to be working on and the factory will be meant exclusively for doing so. Bendable screens are expected to be launched on the Galaxy S6 which debuts next year. The Galaxy Note 4/Note 5 will also play host to the same. There is still ambiguity about the Note 4 getting it but Note 5 will surely do.
Samsung is working on new designs these days for its smartphones and it had recently patented a three side flexible Youm glass design, which might be of the upcoming Note 4. Looks like Samsung is all geared up to bring a major design change in its flagships.