Samsung's phones with flexible OLED display will be introduced in 2012, as per an announcement from Samsung. The Korean company cited its plans with investors on its latest earnings conference call to transport the flexible phones to market in the next few months. Samsung Galaxy Skin is completely bendy smartphone and will come with a new design of totally moldable mobile.
The interest of Samsung in flexible mobile technology had been shown at CES 2011, when it's flexible display AMOLED was introduced. The bendy screen will be not only available for smartphone but also for tablet and other items. At present, Samsung products with Super AMOLED HD display are very popular and next year product with the flexible OLED display will be introduced by the company.
The handset features a curved flexible touch-screen with the flexible OLED display inside stiff cases. Technology of Samsung is said to turn around pixels that generate their own light to let it for extra flexible screens. Nokia Company also seems to launch a phone with a flexible display that would let users to control a variety of functions by bending, twisting, flexing, or even just tapping at certain parts of the phone to make their functions take place.
Video of Samsung Flexible Display Demo at CES 2011 from youtube: