Apple cutting down iPhone 5 components due to lower demand than expected

Apple has been dominating the smartphone and tablet market from quite some time, but there seems to be a problem in their camp as there have been reports of Apple cutting down their order for the screens of iPhone 5 by almost half for the first quarter of 2013.

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Samsung Omnia HD Review Part-2: Screen and Backlighting


In the second part of the review, we focus on one of the most important aspects of the Omnia HD, it’s screen and also backlighting. We had earlier focused on the the design aspect. Continue reading “Samsung Omnia HD Review Part-2: Screen and Backlighting”

Rollable cell phone screen


When we are fighting to share limelight and craving to be noticed only way to do it is to prove to be different. So does a company that has suffered tremendous losses thrive to be up and coming, it can be achieved only by inventing something new. Well that is what is going about in the Motorola camp.


Motorola has recently filed patents for a rollable cell phone display. It seems that this new display will feature “an interface that is made of a flexible material and has an active and inactive position. The interface is coupled with a reservoir. The reservoir is used for storing electrorheological fluid. The user interface system also includes a source that is coupled to the reservoir. The source is used for applying an electric field to the electrorheological fluid when the interface is in the “active position”. Continue reading “Rollable cell phone screen”

Mobiles with Dual Screens coming soon

You might have seen so so many phones with dual displays. Like a normal internal display and a smaller external display. But an article throws insight on a recent innovation by a Korean inventor. Its a Dual Lcd for the internal display as you can see in the image below.

It also looks like a fold able display. Would be exciting to watch if any of the mobile manufacturers entice this idea.

via [Aving]