These days during the Display Innovation 2014 trade show that took place in Yokohama City, Japan, we got to see a lot of new interesting ideas from several producers, but there was one really amazing, more precisely a 8.7-inch Super AMOLED display that can be fold in three, panel developed by Semiconductor Energy Laboratory (SEL).


This new panel offers a 1.920 x 1.080 Full HD resolution, a pixel density of 245 ppi and a c-axis aligned semiconductor for the backplane that allows support for touch gestures, a feature that wasn’t available on the previous 5.9-inch bendable display that was introduced by SEL a while ago.


We get to know that this technoloy that combines a top emission type and a capacitive touch panel is used by the company for the first time, and the fact that the 3-fold display can be bent more than 100.000 times. However, there’s no other information regarding the time when such a panel will be seen on a product.