CNET reported that the display division of Samsung Electronics will show off a pair of bendable screens which could one day reinvent how smartphones, tablets and even HDTVs are made.
Attendees at CES 2013 will be treated to their first glimpse of a 5.5-inch flexible display touting a 1280 x 720 HD resolution with a pixel density of 267 ppi.
Samsung Display will also use the same event in Las Vegas to unveil the technology applied to a 55-inch television set.
The impressive technology used for the screen is currently missing a touch panel and cover lens, which are considered necessary to form a modern touchscreen-enabled device.
While demonstration prototypes will indeed bend without breaking, Samsung Display was quick to note that the screens aren't yet made to curl up into a roll.
There are also rumblings that Samsung could debut a completely new image for its iconic brand next month, with a focus on lifestyle activities more befitting its new "global powerhouse" status.
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