Could the Samsung Galaxy S3 be bendy and 3D?

Is it possible that the Samsung Galaxy S3 could be bendy and 3D? Surely autostereoscopic technology demands that the screen is held at a very precise distance and angle so I can't see it working.......

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JanSt / MOD  Feb. 20, 2012 at 13:28

By bendy you're referring to the various prototypes on display at CES 2011 such as these?

I don't think we're quite there, yet - just consider the implications for powersupply. Unless Samsung have a big secret in their basements, I don't see it.
3D? Doubtful, imho,... The Samsung Galaxy S3 will be the follow-up to one of the most successful flagships ever. And the competition flopped with 3D attempts. Does it sound plausible that Samsung will risk jumping that bandwagon? Only, again, if they got something rather spectacular hidden...

But hey? Who knows.


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