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Cheaper smartphones with curved screens on the way to us

Japan Dispay's new flexible screen can significantly expand access to devices with unusual configurations

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The popularity of non-planar screens, but offering a certain curvature in the shape that allows them to be incorporated into devices with new and refreshing configurations, is gaining momentum in the market over the past year, albeit at a relatively limited pace and scope - mainly because only and- Are engaged in the manufacture of such means of display, and based on the Super AMOLED and P- Which make them suitable mainly for high market products that justify the investment.

This situation may change in the not too distant future, thanks to the new poster girl's development for IPS technology in the market - Japan Display, which unveils the first flexible screen of its kind based on "standard" LCD technology, instead of technology Of any kind: the Full Active Flex LCD.

היצרנית הגדולה שנולדה רשמית לפני מספר שנים עשתה שימוש במשטחי פלסטיק גמישים ועמידים, במקום משטחי הזכוכית הנפוצים, על מנת ליצור פאנל -NEO מבוסס טכנולוגיית LTPS (ר"ת Low Temperature Poly-Silicon), בגודל 5.5 אינץ', ברזולוציית 1,920×1,080 פיקסלים, ביחס ניגודיות סטטי של 1:1,500 ובבהירות ממוצעת גבוהה של 500 ניט – שהוא גמיש, ויכול למעשה לשמש לכל אותם מכשירים בעלי אמצעי תצוגה קמורים שכבר פגשנו בשוק המובייל.

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It's worth noting that only the screen polarization layers are flexible, with the screen backlight unit remaining as rigid as it was - so this is not a technology that will allow us to see truly futuristic and flexible devices (unlike the competitive OLED screens they can use, Theoretically), but should give us convex-style devices S7 Edge, or even G-Flex models , In price tags more popular thanks to technology that is intrinsically cheaper.

Technical characteristics are not bad at all, even without reference to the flexibility spoken

In addition, Declare that using plastic sheets should make the display more resistant to breaking and shattering - when a fall may shatter the smart device's protective cladding glass (assuming it is), but the display itself remains intact, assuming a glass-based contact layer is not built in with it . Also, the Full Active Flex LCD will support the ability to provide a display with a standard refresh rate of 60 frames per second, and also with low refresh rates of 30 frames per second and 15 frames per second in situations where the screen is on but there are minimal (or not at all) changes in the display. In practice - for a small saving on overall battery consumption.

Semi-flexible screens such as Japan Dispay's have been available on the market for about three years - but they may soon be available in 300 USD price tag products, and maybe even less

Japan Display has unveiled its new screen already, although it plans to start mass production only at the beginning of next year (so it is likely that an 1080p 5.5-inch display will be considered a feature for the mid-low market, perhaps even for the low-end market) It is quite possible that, Will finally provide us with screens that are not only convex, but really flexible, and open up a new world of possibilities for our smart devices - so competition for the Full Active Flex can be quite difficult and challenging when it comes to action.

The annex is a lone model for smartphones - but the technology itself may form the basis for creating flexible LCD screens of more sizes and more uses soon - such as computers For example, like a screen prototype, In the picture

Many consumers are still not convinced that there is any practical advantage to curved screens in smartphones (along with a relative disadvantage of increased repair costs during a break), but judging by reports of next generation handsets , Of Huawei and even of - Manufacturers' affection for solutions of this kind seems only to continue to grow in the foreseeable future, and the recent announcement of Only this understanding strengthens us, so perhaps we should all begin to get used to the fact that these means of display are here to stay.

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  1. The question is what is the advantage of being convex except that it is less breakable

    1. Okay, so for that matter if it will be concave?
      So is that a good thing?
      In my opinion, the thing here is that the screen is flexible, less if it is convex / concave.
      Imagine a smartphone with a thin roll on its side from which you can pull out an 3 screen larger than the smartphone itself!

  2. All of today's cell phones if you download all the accompanying parts from the screen.
    Is it really thin and flexible like paper?
    The video also shows the screen without protective glass and no other components for its full operation.
    Such a screen is unusable because it is without a slight scratch protection and destroys it.

    And in order to bring out thin devices in the future, it is necessary to minimize the battery and other accompanying parts of the screen.
    The screen is thin and flexible enough. (See Samsung Concave S7).
    Please note: In the video clip, the shading layer is illuminating the outside of the crystal (another non-minimal unit at all).

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