China-based EverDisplay demonstrated several new AMOLED prototype displays at CES Asia 2017. First up are the company's latest flexible OLEDs which are 5.5" in size with a FHD (1920x1080, 402 PPI) resolution and a curvature radius of 20 mm. The whole panel si just 0.3 mm in thickness.
EverDisplay is also showing the same panels in an edge-type mobile phone configuration. Everdisplay shows how its displays can be used to create phones that are almost completely (91%) covered with a display.
At the same event EverDisplay also unveiled a 2.95" VR AMOLED display that sports a "1K" resolution (probably 1024 x 512). EDO did not reveal any more specifications of this panel.
Everdisplay started mass producing 5" 720p AMOLED displays towards the end of 2014 in a 4.5-Gen line with a monthly capacity of 20,000 substrates. Since then the company added more displays - wearable panels and larger 5.5" ones.
In December 2016 EDO officially started to construct a 6-Gen AMOLED factory in the Jinshan Industrial Zone in Shanghai, China. This $4 billion AMOLED fab will be used to produce produce small and medium sized flexible AMOLEDs (1 to 15 inch). The fab's capacity will be 30,000 monthly substrates and it is expected to start trial production in January 2019.