LG Chem started developing “truly flexible” plastic-based OLED panels back in 2013 , and they recently finished that development effort with sample production already underway. The company now released this video showing the panels undergoing some flexibility tests (including the hammer test): Currently LG Chem offers samples for $250 each , and mass production of these panels is expected by July 2015 – which will also mean a lower price.  Those panels offer 60 lm/W, 75 lumens, a color temperature of 3,000K and a CRI of over 85. The bending radius is 30 mm. Read more about LG puts their truly flexible OLED panels to the hammer test

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LG puts their truly flexible OLED panels to the hammer test