Finally, the anticipation for a flexible OLED (organic light-emitting diode) Smartphone ceases to an end. Pioneering the genre, Samsung once again hits with their prototype flexible OLED Smartphone. Though only very fundamental specifications are revealed, the news itself keeps the techies on fire. The phone was unveiled in the CES (Consumer Electronics Show 2013 in Las Vegas), last week.
The representatives revealed that the screen is about five inches across with 16:9 aspect ratio and a resolution "about" 720p. The main attribute of the unnamed prototype is the screen falling off to the rear edge of the right side of the device. Though the utilities of this extra screen space are yet to be explored, the main advantage has been figured out as getting an easy glance to text messages, stock tickers, and other notifications from the side of the device even if you have a case covering the screen.
As the OLED requires no back lights, your notifications wont eat up the battery life, no matter how frequently they might appear. On the con side, the company has confided that the prototype phone has neither a camera, nor a radio. The phone lacks an operating system and also most of other applications which comes at ease in any other phone.
Being the first phone to use the flexible display, the company is yet to explore its possibilities and release its nuances. Even though they haven’t unfolded the price or releasing date, the phone has already bewitched the techno freakies. As Samsung has come forth with its pioneer prototype, we can expect more inventions in this new technology soon, casting away all confusions and doubts.
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