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New Sony OLED display can roll into cylinder

Anarki2004 (1652007) writes | more than 4 years ago

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Anarki2004 (1652007) writes "Sony’s New Flexible OLED Display Can Roll Into Tiny Cylinder While Playing! From the article: Sony recently debuted its latest in OLED technology: a 4.1 inch screen that’s only 80 microns thick. The super flexible display can roll up into a cylinder just 4 mm in diameter – while still showing moving images at 432×240 resolution! Instead of brittle integrated circuit chips, the flexible screen has an on-panel gate driven circuit – a world first according to Sony. That innovation would allow everything but the power supply to roll and flex in applications."
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