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Graphene could be the key to Samsung’s future
mobileByJacob Siegalon Apr 4, 2014 at 4:36 PM Email @JacobSiegal Share on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on Google PlusShare on LinkedIn
The flexible display is a relatively recent advent in the mobile world, but that hasn’t stopped a few of the top electronics manufacturers from implementing the technology into some of their recent products. The results have been underwhelming thus far, but according to a post the company’s blog, Samsung has discovered a breakthrough synthesis method that will speed up the commercialization of graphene, a flexible material more durable than steel, “which makes it the perfect material for use in flexible displays, wearables and other next generation electronic devices.” It’s still not clear what this means for the immediate future of Samsung devices, but don’t be surprised if the Galaxy S6 is far more flexible than its predecessors.Tags:SamsungVia:EngadgetSource:Samsung Previous ArticlePreviousHere are all the best video game trailers we saw this week (3/30) TrendingU.S. wireless carriers finally have something to fear: GoogleHTC One (M8) vs. Galaxy S5 vs. iPhone 5s: Guess which phone survives a 7-foot dropNew tech could put an end to overcrowded public Wi-Fi hotspotsWhat might be 2014′s best Android phone has leaked in new photosVideo: The Xbox One has a big ace up its sleeve to help it win the console warMost sophisticated Android malware yet has already infected millionsRelated ArticlesSamsung gets its first important win in new patent battle with AppleSamsung's Galaxy S5 isn't even out yet and you can already get one for freeDid Samsung mess with the wrong president?This could be our first look at the Galaxy S5 ZoomBuying a Galaxy S5 next week? Here's how to sell your old Galaxy S4 for the most money

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