Samsung continues to show Amazing technology at FPD 2010
Everybody seemed to be glued to Samsung’s booth at FPD 2010 in Japan , as it was the place to be with nothing much else going on except a few new styles of 3D glasses.
The Korean Giant managed to show off some particularly wicked new advancements in technology including:
Transparent AMOLED Display- A transparent AMOLED display was showcased in a prototype 14-inch notebook. The resolution was quite low at 960 x 540 pixels (78 PPI) and 250 cd/m2 brightness.
Flexible Display - A very cool looking display, which demonstrates a capability to flow into smooth and attractive curves. The AMOLED flexible ones still offer impressive colors on a tiny 2.8 WQVGA resolution (240×400 166PPI). Specs are also impressive with a 16.7M color depth, 250 cd/m2 brightness and here as well as a stunning 100,000:1 contrast ratio and a color gamut superior to 100% of the NTSC Color space.
Foldable Display – An interactive folding mount which is opened and closed the device at the push of a button. The 5.3-inch display (animated) that was foldable in the middle, has a 960 x 800 resolution (235 PPI), 26.2K colors, 250 cd/m2 brightness, 100K:1 contrast, > 100% NTSC color space.
Take a look at more pictures and devices from the Samsung booth here.
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