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:
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.
P.S. Son dambi=awesome.
I'd like to see how much force it takes to actually destroy one. Like, if the guy bent it to the point of creasing etc.
The technology looks simply amazing and I can't wait until we start seeing this in consumer electronics, wrist-watches, etc but let's not over-exaggerate. I wouldn't even describe an armored tank as virtually indestructible.