The Galaxy Round , Samsung’s first flexible OLED device sports a 5.7″ Full-HD (386 PPI) Super AMOLED display. It was released a few weeks ago in Korea but there were several question marks regarding this display – is it based on a plastic substrate ? is it a YOUM display ? is the display unbreakable? And does it make sense to have a curved display? My friend Raymond Soneira from DisplayMate managed to get hold on this phone and put it through extensive testing like he always does. In his post Raymond actually answers all this questions. So first of all, Raymond confirms that the display is indeed a flexible OLED built on a plastic substrate. But samsung used a cover glass to protect it. This means that it is not an unbreakable display, which explains why Samsung does not brand it as a YOUM display

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The Galaxy Round finally reviewed, detailed and explained