flexible OLED


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flexible OLED

An OLED display that is bendable. The first flexible OLEDs are found in smartphones with screens that bend slightly around the edges. See OLED.


A Screen in Your Pen
Not quite there yet but flexible OLEDs make this very likely in the future. (Image courtesy of Universal Display Corporation, www.universaldisplay.com)
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