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Motorola's flexible phone concept can wrap around your wrist

2023-10-25 08:27 by
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Today at Lenovo Tech World '23, Motorola unveiled on stage its new Adaptive Display concept, a shape-shifting Android phone that can be bent to varying degrees. For example, the 6.9-inch slab can be bent into a C-shape and be worn and operated like a smartwatch.

While the exact details about how the device works are unknown, it is being said that the smartphone can quickly be worn on the user's wrist, presumably through magnetic links to a metal cuff. What sets it apart is its adaptive user interface, which adjusts itself based on the screen's alignment. For instance, when you keep the phone on a table in a stand mode with the unit's bottom part bent, the apps displayed on the lower part will automatically shift to the upper portion of the screen. The navigational gesture options will also move up.

The prototype of this flexible device also showed generative AI features optimized for the flexible form factor. A built-in feature, MotoAI, empowers users to personalize their phone's wallpaper and theme simply by capturing an image of their outfit. In return, they receive AI-generated images ready to match their screen as wallpaper. As of now, there is no information on how Motorola will incorporate a battery in this flexible phone. The company might decide to incorporate two small cells under the hood.

Motorola provides little other details beyond the device's screen potential, so it remains unclear what would power the phone, its battery capacity, and other vital specifications.

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