We’ve been hearing about smartphones getting flexible displays for a long time now. Last year, we heard that Samsung had a program called Project Valley to create a phone with a foldable screen; LG showed off a rollable 18-inch display and Xiaomi reportedly came up with a bendy concept screen too. The closest we’ve come so far is the flexible OLED screens seen on devices like those in the Samsung Galaxy Edge range. However, this tech makes screens more expensive to manufacture than LCDs. Now, Apple parts supplier Japan Display Inc. says it’s developed Full Active Flex LCD screens that…

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