After the disheartening sales of the Galaxy Note 4 and the competition happily siphoning of billions of dollars worth of profits, Samsung is all geared up with a new attacking strategy for 2015- smartphones with Flexible Displays! Samsung having worked on flexible displays as well as bendable batteries and other components, the new product line should offer solid functionality, usability, and in this case, a measure of agility. When Apple's flaship (read only) phablet, the iPhone 6 Plus, started bending, the Internet was plagued with millions critcizing Apple's negligence. The current scenario in the market is that a smartphone that bends is negative! This is not so. While #Bendgate is somewhat of an exception, compaines have been testing the waters with flexible displays. There is a hell lot of difference between curved displays and flexible displays. LG's G Flex was the first phone to sport a curved display. The Galaxy Note Edge, for example, offers a curved display, adding that little extra side bar, but at the company’s Investor Forum in New York, it has been suggested the new flexible panels would be bendable enough for a device to fold in half. Aside from, perhaps, space saving, it’s really hard to see where this tech will go, if anywhere at all. After Bendgate, at which point Samsung took much delight in taunting Apple, we’d all been led to think that bendy smartphones were the Devil’s work, but with the mobile industry having hit something of a plateau as far as innovation is concerned, it’ll still be intriguing to see where the Tizen maker goes with this project.