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Samsung files patent for bendable display in US

Samsung Display has registered for a patent for technology to manufacture bendable displays in the United States, industry sources said on Oct. 4. The technology would allow the organic light-emitting diode displays to be folded and bent inwards, they said. Samsung Electronics and Samsung Display have so far registered 30 related patents with the US Patent and Trademark Office, with 14 of them.
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