Even though Samsung tends to get most of the media credit for flexible OLED tech, we shouldn't forget that LG actually launched the technology first. It looks like they are planning to take it to the next level too. LG Display just announced they are planning to invest KRW 1.05 trillion (approximately $1 billion USD) in a 6th generation flexible OLED display production line. LG is planning to use the tech in a number of different products and already has been. This includes devices like the G Flex series of smartphones and the LG Watch Urbane. Specifically, LG plans to allocate that investment in their Gumi Plant in Gyeongbuk Province, Korea. They plan to ramp up production to 7,500 input sheets per month using substrate sheets of 1,500mm x 1,850mm, with a plan to start mass production in the first half of 2017. LG isn't just planning this large buildup for their own products though. They want to boost supply for a wide range of OLED panels, so they can target the automotive, television and mobile markets. One of the most intriguing innovations that their flexible OLED tech will facilitate is semi-transparent displays. Many of the biggest products to take advantage of this tech won't show up until 2017, but things should start moving quickly after that. Just imagine what the 2020's will have in store for us!!!