Samsung reportedly confirmed that it would launch a smartphone next month with a flexible display, and now a new report backs indicates that Samsung (and LG) will begin mass producing flexible displays from October. These displays will be 5.5-inches in size, which means that either the device won’t be the Galaxy Note 3, or it will be a smaller-sized variant of the phablet.

As it has repeatedly been mentioned, these flexible displays won’t allow you to actually change the shape of the screen/device, though Samsung has stated that it “developed the technology to make batteries a little curved and to fix them after being curved.” The report cites unnamed industry sources as saying that Samsung is looking to produce 1.5 million flexible panels each month this year, something which we’ve heard of before in a separate report.