6 iPhone and Galaxy S5 presumably will not carry curved display, as many speculators. Some “industrial sources” told The Korea Herald , that Samsung is not able to produce the right amount of curved screens to launch its new flagship. “Current number of flexible screens is not enough to install on all the planned Galaxy S5 , which will be released next year ” . Analyst Eugene Investment & Securities Kim Yong-hyun said, “Curved gadgets will show us at the end of next year and will be in addition to the flagship Galaxy”. Due to the fact that Samsung and LG are the only companies that produce curved displays, and Apple can not so quickly ramp production of power, it is assumed that the iPhone 6 will not be as well equipped with a bendable screen. Other Chinese phone manufacturers also in no hurry to flexible front, and likely will not soon begin production of similar screens. Currently, Samsung has produced approximately 500,000 flexible screens for smartphones, and that figure could rise to one million in 2014. However, the first curved phone from Samsug sold only 50,000 copies, but this figure is only for South Korea, as in other markets Galaxy Round has not yet emerged. Similarly, LG makes its own screens for G Flex , which is already available all around the world. According to some reports it produces even smaller screens than the Samsung, but still ahead of Japan Display .