The series of bendable displays for smartphones and tablets have been unveiled at CES, called Youm.

The flexible smartphone could soon be here. After years of teasing, Samsung finally unveiled flexible screens at CES. Called ‘Youm,' the displays were shown on prototype devices including one where it stretched right to the edge.

This wraparound screen means that you could see new texts and notifications on the side of your device if you've laid it down or placed something on top of it.

The bendable OLED display signals that tablets of the future could be rolled up when not in use. News.com.au reports Brian Berkeley, Samsung's San Jose display lab Senior Vice-President as saying:

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