Lenovo Tech World 2023 was held yesterday in Austin, Texas. As part of the event, the manufacturer mainly deals with AI topics, specifically on the vision of “AI for all”. There were no new purchasable hardware on display, but Lenovo closed the presentation with a little surprise. Shortly before the end there was a new concept smartphone from Motorola that could be bent.
At its core, the concept device is a 6.9 inch smartphone, whose display has full HD resolution. However, the smartphone is significantly more flexible than a conventional cell phone or foldable. If desired, the concept phone can be bent in the middle so that it can be worn on the wrist. This means that the smartphone quickly becomes the biggest smartwatch ever.
Not for narrow wrists
However, the whole thing might not be for those with narrow wrists, as the construction seems relatively heavy. The back seems to be made of one Orange fabric Existing that is not only more flexible, it can make it more comfortable to wear.
It is also possible to fold the smartphone in half and set it up in the form of a tent. Alternatively, Bendable can also be one upright position The display measures just 4.6 inches where can be set up. As soon as this mode has been recognized by the smartphone, a more compact Android interface will appear.
Not Motorola’s first concept phone
Although Bendable seems extremely attractive at first glance, there are some unanswered questions. What happens if you move your hand too fast? How hard is it? bending process Including display? Accordingly, it is unclear whether such a device will actually make it to market. At this point it is just an idea and not a real product. About seven years ago, Lenovo presented at Tech World A similar device Shown last year, a rollable was also presented which was in the same vein.
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