There's a huge number of bendable concept phones, but an unnamed one by AUO actually uses its bendable nature as a control method. For example, you could twist the edge of the screen to turn a page in a book or push the screen to zoom in on an image.
All that bending and twisting sounds like a recipe for disaster, which is why the concept sports an apparently unbreakable display. It's only 720p, but the concept, which exists as a working prototype (unlike most others on show here), can apparently be adapted to work with higher resolution screens.
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