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Welcome Youm – initiating the great leap to flexible displays

Welcome Youm – initiating the great leap to flexible displays

One fall and the phone screen seems to have cracked. This is probably no longer going to happen after the introduction of the Youm prototype. Samsung has come up with this Youm prototype which shows the display to be made of thin plastic instead of the usual glass. With this huge leap in the display quality, Samsung is definitely going to produce devices that will not break even if it falls, thanks to the unbreakable plastic.

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The devices rumored to arrive soon are the Samsung Galaxy s4 and the Galaxy Note. After the emergence of Youm prototype, it is obviously expected that the flexible display will be included in both. Plastic in place of glass will not only make the display crack-free but include a wide many options like foldable, wearable and will provide higher durability. Plastic is also able to be made thinner compared to glass and so the plastic substrate will be lighter and more flexible than the displays one is commonly acquainted to.
The introduction of the elastic plastic display may also make the device more water-resistant. This is one feature, a number of users have been waiting for, especially the ones used to being in touch with their phones 24×7.
These flexible displays, with the higher durability and water resistant properties will enhance the way one uses the devices. It will enable users to be all the more carefree about their phones and tablets. Coming to the rumors of the next Smartphone by Samsung, the officials are still mum about whether the rumors hold any water.

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The truth is, with the coming up of the plastic display prototype, the Youm, people are already expecting a lot more from Samsung and its upcoming device. With such raised expectations, Samsung does need to put in its best. If it can implement all that the prototype promises, it will surely have the upper hand in the market. Thus, the Samsung Galaxy s4 and Note are eagerly awaited by one and all.

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One fall and the phone screen seems to have cracked. This is probably no longer going to happen after the introduction of the Youm prototype. Samsung has come up with this Youm prototype which shows the display to be made of thin plastic instead of the usual glass. With this huge leap in the display quality, Samsung is definitely going to produce devices that will not break even if it falls, thanks to the unbreakable plastic.

01-samsung-fexible-screen-youm
The devices rumored to arrive soon are the Samsung Galaxy s4 and the Galaxy Note. After the emergence of Youm prototype, it is obviously expected that the flexible display will be included in both. Plastic in place of glass will not only make the display crack-free but include a wide many options like foldable, wearable and will provide higher durability. Plastic is also able to be made thinner compared to glass and so the plastic substrate will be lighter and more flexible than the displays one is commonly acquainted to.
The introduction of the elastic plastic display may also make the device more water-resistant. This is one feature, a number of users have been waiting for, especially the ones used to being in touch with their phones 24×7.
These flexible displays, with the higher durability and water resistant properties will enhance the way one uses the devices. It will enable users to be all the more carefree about their phones and tablets. Coming to the rumors of the next Smartphone by Samsung, the officials are still mum about whether the rumors hold any water.

Samsung-Youm_thumb
The truth is, with the coming up of the plastic display prototype, the Youm, people are already expecting a lot more from Samsung and its upcoming device. With such raised expectations, Samsung does need to put in its best. If it can implement all that the prototype promises, it will surely have the upper hand in the market. Thus, the Samsung Galaxy s4 and Note are eagerly awaited by one and all.

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