Various news reports are circulating that a Chinese company has recently shown a flexible smartphone at a trade show at Nanping International Conventional Center in Chongqing. The company responsible for the development was not named.
A video of the flexible graphene smartphone has been appearing on various news websites. The video was recorded at the Nanping International Conventional Center in Chongqing last week. It shows the bendable smartphone in action. It is fully touch enabled and can be bent around the wrist.
The new details revealed in the video suggest that the screen is mainly made from graphene - but it is not clear what this actually means. The flexible graphene phone has a weight of 200g. However, no further details about the company behind the graphene smartphone were released and what their plans are to bring a "graphene" phone to the market.
[Editor's note: In the absence of any real information it is our initial assumption that the flexible display is an OLED panel with a graphene based touchscreen.]
Recently, Chinese news service Xinhua News has released a new video of the flexible graphene smartphone that has English commentary.
There article suggests that Chinese smartphone manufacturers could leapfrog Apple and Samsung in the smartphone sector with innovations like this.