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Tuesday, 15 May 2012

Panasonic develops foldable substrate for smartphones

Wearing smartphones on our wrists has been a long-cherished dream and Panasonic Corp has brought the mobile phone industry a step closer to the same. The folks at the company have come up with a foldable substrate that could be used to create flexible circuits, enabling smartphones to sport wrap-around designs! Called the ALIVH-F, the substrate is made of film, unlike the usual glass resin and sports an eight-layer structure measuring in at 0.37 millimeters, 30% thinner and 35% lighter than conventional substrates.

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