Bendable displays are finally coming to the market. LG has begun mass producing a 6-inch e-ink plastic screen, with a resolution of 1024 x 768, that bends up to 40 degrees at the center. Bendable displays will fuel the creation of new interesting devices, and also begin replacing glass displays in phones and tablets to create more durable devices. Samsung is developing a foldable OLED screen with no seam that folds in half — and unfolds to show a combined, larger screen. Nokia has shown a concept phone, the GEM, in which the entire surface of the device — front, side, back — is a single, touch-sensitive display.
LG Launching a Bendable Display [NewsFactor]