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Samsung's flexible AMOLED display hammer testedSamsung's flexible AMOLED display hammer tested

(1:06) Unscientific but impressive test of Samsung's flexible AMOLED (Active Matrix Organic Light Emitting Diode) display. This test was performed in 2010.

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cengland0 cengland0 (910 days ago)
Latest comment: So what broke on the other device? Looks like it's the glass screen -- not necessarily the LCD display underneath. It's hard to tell from the video. And to "this is SPARTA!", there are two different hammers used. In the first part, they use a black rubber mallet on both displays. Then, they use a white rubber mallet on both displays.
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Latest comment: So what broke on the other device? Looks like it's the glass screen -- not necessarily the LCD display underneath. It's hard to tell from the video. And to "this is SPARTA!", there are two different hammers used. In the first part, they use a black rubber mallet on both displays. Then, they use a white rubber mallet on both displays.
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Guest: this is SPARTA! (914 days ago)
Swapped to a rubber mallet
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Swapped to a rubber mallet
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Guest:  (912 days ago)
and the bending part?
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and the bending part?
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