Samsung OLED is Virtually Indestructible

Ever seen a broken LCD screen? Not pretty. Not at all. It's just one big explosion of black liquid that reminds me of a very freaked out squid.

Samsung's OLED technology, however, appears to hold up much better under pressure. We're not just talking about tense situations here, but literal pressure of a hammer pounding it directly. Check it out below:

Samsung Flexible AM OLED

But will it blend? Probably. Regardless, that's one resilient OLED. Of course, the OLED screen will most likely be placed on top of circuitry, so any attempt to hammer a device that carries such a screen might not destroy the display right away, but will do some damage to everything else.

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  • h0llow
    An indestructible TV screen for the Nintendo Wii anyone?
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  • lucuis
    I can't wait till OLED screens are mainstream!
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  • yang
    holy crap anybody else amazed by how thin the oled screen is!? this IS the future!

    P.S. Son dambi=awesome.
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  • h0llow
    An indestructible TV screen for the Nintendo Wii anyone?
    39
  • lucuis
    I can't wait till OLED screens are mainstream!
    22
  • Anonymous
    really cool product. as long as they dont market it as indestructible they should be fine
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