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Motorola and Lenovo Unveil Flexible Smartphone Concept

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Motorola and Lenovo are working on a unique smartphone concept that might change how we think about mobile devices. At the recent Tech World event, they unveiled a prototype called the "Adaptive Display Concept," which is a phone with a flexible, bendable screen. This screen is made of OLED and can be bent and shaped to fit various needs.
The prototype doesn't have an external hinge; it's a single-screen Android phone. It goes from a 6.9-inch screen to a more compact 4.6-inch size when you fold it in half. It can stand upright, bend into an arc, or even wrap around your wrist like a bracelet.
While the demonstration was impressive, details about the hardware remain a secret. Lenovo and Motorola are keeping things under wraps for now. Also Read: 5 Ways on How To Use Android Phone As Wi-Fi Repeater? Alongside this bendable phone, they also shared their generative AI models. These models will allow users to personalize their gadgets. For example, you can upload a picture of your outfit to create unique AI-generated wallpapers that match your clothing. The phone also lets you create your backgrounds by taking pictures through hand gestures. They are also developing a "personal assistant" called MotoAI, which can learn your habits and preferences to provide a dynamic experience. Other AI features include an upgraded Doc Scanner to make documents look better and an AI Text Summarization tool. This isn't the first time Lenovo and Motorola have explored flexible hardware. Lenovo had a prototype in 2016, but it never made it to market due to its fragility. Motorola, too, has experimented with rollable screens. Now, with their collaboration, they might be close to perfecting bendable mobile devices. This concept could give them an edge over competitors like the Galaxy Z Fold5 and OnePlus Open, which offer foldable displays but lack the flexibility of this concept. It's an exciting development, and we look forward to seeing what Lenovo and Motorola create next. A device like the Adaptive Display Concept could be a game-changer in smartphones.

By Alberto Mesti

Introvert. Eccentric at times. A fashion enthusiast, designer and writer. Lives for the drama, hates being at the centre of it. Can be best described as \'wannabe modern day Lady Whistledown\'.


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