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Samsung flexible OLED displays ordered in bulk

Samsung flexible OLED displays ordered in bulk

This week Samsung itself is letting the world know that it's on top of "huge" numbers of orders for flexible AMOLED Displays by the name of YOUM. This information comes direct from Samsung Electronics Chairman Kwon Oh-Hyun as he lets us know that flexible AMOLED displays will be hitting the market in the third quarter of 2012 when Samsung's mass production for the hardware begins full force. "The demand from our clients is significant!" noted Kwon, noting that OLED technologies along these lines will certainly be replacing LCDs inside the next few years as screens on mobile devices get thinner and brighter by the week.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: May 11, 2012

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: May 11, 2012

This morning has its fair dose of the final impact of CTIA 2012, complete with a wrap-up of all the non-accessory CTIA devices we saw this whole week. What you've got for the rest of this morning then is impact after impact coming from the folks that decided to release news bits (or accidentally leaked news) here in the aftermath as well. Then of course there's some non-mobile news as well including open-sourced textbooks from your humble narrator's own home-town university, the U of M (Saint Paul and Minneapolis bound!) Have a peek at dive in!

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Samsung Galaxy S III Event Wrap-Up

Samsung Galaxy S III Event Wrap-Up

Today has had so much Samsung Galaxy S III event news that your head must be spinning - allow me to screw it back on for you with a wrap-up. Here we've got the newest smartphone from Samsung, their new hero with a quad-core processor made by Samsung themselves, an Exynos, with a 4.8-inch display up front of the device and a plastic back. Here we've got Samsung's smartest smartphone with newly enhanced S-Voice abilities over the Galaxy S II, 8-megapixels of photography power on the back with 1080p video, and a whole lot more!

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Samsung picks Pentile for Galaxy S III

Samsung picks Pentile for Galaxy S III

The Samsung Galalxy S III is now live for the whole world to see, and Samsung has made a decision for its display that might surprise you: HD Super AMOLED. This means that the massive 4.8-inch display on the Galaxy S III is not AMOLED+ like the Galaxy S II, thusly having its 720p panel working with PenTile RBGB pixel arranging. This makes it extremely similar to the Galaxy Nexus which of course also uses the same technology.

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Samsung NX20, NX210 and NX1000 WiFi cameras outed

Samsung NX20, NX210 and NX1000 WiFi cameras outed

Samsung has revealed three new WiFi-enabled digital cameras, the NX20, NX210 and NX1000, with 20.3-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensors and the ability to wirelessly transfer images to computers, social networks and the cloud. The new mirrorless NX trio record Full HD 1080p H.264 video along with stills at ISO 100 to 12,800, with ten integrated Smart Filters and added Selective Colour function that basically bakes Instagram into your digicam.

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T-Mobile HTC One S dated and priced for success

T-Mobile HTC One S dated and priced for success

This week the T-Mobile version of the HTC One S has been both dated and priced, with $199.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate. This price has been released in tangent with an April 25th release date, this making the Springtime an HTC One experience as the HTC One X for AT&T is about to be released as well here in the USA. The HTC One S for T-Mobile has been reviewed in full here on SlashGear for your perusal as well!

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Samsung YOUM flexible AMOLED brand revealed

Samsung YOUM flexible AMOLED brand revealed

Samsung has officially launched its YOUM brand for flexible AMOLED displays, ahead of the bendable panels showing up in commercial hardware later this year. Registered as a trademark - complete with a bendy YOUM logo - in mid-March, and detailed on the new Samsung Mobile Display site, YOUM promises to be thinner and lighter than traditional AMOLED and LCD-TFT screens, as well as being "unbreakable."

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Stolen Samsung AMOLED tech leads to 11 arrests

Stolen Samsung AMOLED tech leads to 11 arrests

When it comes to AMOLED screens, Samsung is the heavyweight in the industry. That fact is thanks in large part to the larger production capacity Samsung has. Those Samsung AMOLED panels have led to the arrest of 11 people either currently or previously employed by Samsung. These 11 people allegedly stole Samsung AMOLED technology.

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