A few months ago, FlexEnable and Chunghwa Picture Tube (CPT) demonstrated a full-color flexible AMOLED display that uses FlexEnable's OTFT backplane. FlexEnable today published a video showing the display in action:
This glass-free display is still a prototype (as you can see there are many defects) - but it's a great demonstration of a truly flexible display. It operates at 60Hz and is only 125 microns thick.
Taiwan-based CPT started developing AMOLED panels and established a small-sized pilot line in 2012, and later in 2013 started small-scale commercial AMOLED production in a pilot 4.5-Gen line. In September 2014 CPT showed flexible and transparent AMOLED prototypes, and in August 2015 CPT signed an agreement with ITRI for a technology transfer fr flexible AMOLED and touch-panel integration. It was reported that CPT expects to start mass producing such flexible touch AMOLEDs by 2017.