The thirst to improve display screens is surging. From CRT screens to UHD 4K displays, the evolution is nothing short of baffling. What's even more surprising is that over the last decade, display screens have changed faces in no time. It has hardly been a few months since curved screens made debut and now, LG has invented something that can potentially topple the concept of screens. LG recently showcased a completely foldable display screen that can actually bend like paper.
The 18-inch flexible OLED display with a resolution of 1200 x 810 pixels can fold up into a tube with a radius of 3 cm and is completely transparent. LG however, has expressed that the technology wouldn't be making its way onto the phones. But instead, will be introduced to public as 60 inch Ultra HD flexible and transparent OLED TV screens. Adding to the surprise, LG claims that the screen is 20% clearer than any existing display right now. While as curved TVs still struggle to catch up, it not hard to doubt the success quotient of these foldable-transparent screens.
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