Oh sure, a curve ATD or iMac display was the first thing that came to mind, then glasses if they can work work to use transparent display tech (like was shown at CES), then contact lenses (let's ignore how they are powered or get data). My comment was about the device being bendable, not simply about a display that is more resilient to warping.
The first law of robotics is: you do not talk about robot law!
OK, but I very much see an advantage to a phone that can flex a bit and be no worst off because of it. That doesn't mean bending into a U bolt or other shape. That is iPhone, there are endless possibilities for such a material. One being a heads up transparent visor. If LCDs could be laminated to the glass or OLEDs grown on the panel and the easily bent afterward this would be huge for advertising. Just think screen you could wrap around posts and beams in building, even corners could become dynamic.