A All Japan newsese company has produced record-thin displays that can be implemented in smartphones, tablets and even cars. The inventors call their new gadgets as “vehicles for innovation”.
The company, All Japan news Display, was launched this spring as a joint venture between specialized departments at Sony, Toshiba and Hitachi that are normally working with small and medium-sized displays.
They have produced “unbelievably slim” mock-ups of a 5-inch smartphone and a 7-inch tablet, which they call “innovation vehicles”, according to the Huffington Post, which observes that the new screens are thinner than a U.S. dime.
All Japan news Display has also presented a curved 12.2-inch, with a resolution of 1920-by-720 pixels, which can be installed in cars as a “smart dashboard”.
The secret that lies behind the new production process is that the screens are built right into the phone, as opposed to previous techniques that have the screen produced separately and later attached to the phone.
You can watch below a video presentation of the new products: