Bloomberg reports new flexible-display handset could emerge in second half of 2014
With the recent launch of the Samsung Galaxy Round and LG G Flex, we're finally witnessing arrival of flexible, curved smartphone displays, a trend that looks set to continue into 2014. And now Bloomberg brings news that Samsung might launch a different kind of curved-display handset — one with a "three-sided" screen. Citing "people familiar with the plans," the outlet says the screen would extend all the way around the phone's sides, allowing users to view messages from an angle, with each side of the display operating "independently."
The device may form part of the Galaxy S or Galaxy Note line, or it may be the first in a new line of products, according to the outlet. The new "three-sided" device will apparently use an upgraded version of Samsung's Yuom technology, which is utilized in the Galaxy Round's curved SuperAMOLED screen.
However it's unlikely we'll get our first glimpse of this new handset anytime soon, with one source reportedly saying to expect a launch sometime in the second half of 2014.