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jj74e: I don't see what advantage flexible screens will provide for camera designs. A curved screen would skew what an image would look like on any other flat screen (unless for some reason people start wanting curved screens on their laptops, TVs, etc.), so flat screens would still be the practical choice even if flexible screens mean different body shapes? But maybe I'm missing something

Also, is this article saying that AMOLED screens only save energy when there are black parts present (because then they can simply turn off)? I thought AMOLED technology was inherently more efficient than LCDs regardless of what the image is presenting.

flexible means they can shape the screen to fit the lens of your sunglasses. distortion is corrected in software.

rethink the camera. the days of holding a black box to your face (or, worse, at arms length) are drawing to an end...dav

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