The shape changing in the new smartphones will take place in the near future on iPhone, Samsung , LG,… A lot of designers have made the cool concept for the new phones. Some of them are strange with a bendable screen. They are still rumors, but many people believe in this innovation. You can bend it like a twig, or feel it stretch like a rubber band.
It’s called “ReFlex,” and it’s built to bend and vibrate, giving users a better sense of a third dimension on their phones as they read, get directions, or play games.
All of the phone makers are now competing to hold the market share. They are now concentrating on making new smartphones with more beautiful and stronger. Of cause, impressive designs will make the smartphone company is attractive and outstand with the others. Apple will launch its new iPhone with changing from LCD to AModed display while Samsung presented new smartphones which can be bendable.LG has also announced its flagship with special chassis …
The LG OLED display in the phone is the same tech behind bendable TVs. At about $100 a pop, these LG smartphone screens cost $25 more than a typical glass screen but make the new Android device strong enough to bend up to 40 degrees. The phone is more flexible in the center with semi-rigid ends while the 1,280 x 720-pixel display has a slightly worse resolution than an iPhone 6 at 1,334 x 750 pixels.
Why the need for Flexible Phones?
This is a question that many (dumbfounded) users ask and an issue hotly debated in the comments section of tech sites and forums. “Why do you need a flexible phone?” Here are three possible reasons:
1. Better Durability – Since flexible displays employ OLEDs made out of plastic, they provide more durability as compared to traditional glass displays. In other words, this reduces the chances of your smartphone display being smashed to smithereens when you drop it.
2. Lighter Weight – Did you know that plastic is lighter than glass? The atomic composition of plastic makes it relatively lighter in mass than glass of equal size. Plastic OLEDs can make the devices lighter.
3. Thinner Dimensions – Flexible displays can allow smartphone devices to be manufactured with thinner dimensions and in shapes different than the conventional rectangular screen.
Some researchers support that new smartphones will have the body that can perform emotion like humans. One thing is for sure, we are at the beginning of something big, that might, once again, change the way we use smartphones…We just have to be patient, see what comes out of those first “real life” tests and stay connected. Still, just as the trees bend in the wind, a smartphone that can bend in your pocket could come in handy, if one is ever released.