In the future we should hope for all of our displays to be OLED; it's thin, light, deep with colour, and energy efficient to boot. It's also incredibly expensive. That could soon change though thanks to a jumped-up inkjet printer.
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We told you flexible OLED displays were really coming now, complexity be damned, and this wearable one for your wrist is another example of why we're totally right.
Apple iPhone Apps, a site with no known track record (which is also down right now) just leaked a July 17 release date and a bunch of specs for the next iPhone. They look fishy.
I'm fairly certain that 99% of the population does not need an OLED screen or fingerprint scanner packed into the Ennova USB thumbdrive, but still, it's nice to stop and ogle at it's super-techie aspects.