In the ever-evolving world of technology, Motorola has recently unveiled an innovative concept that is set to redefine the boundaries of smartphone design. The tech giant has introduced a flexible smartphone that can be worn on the wrist, much like a slap bracelet.
A New Era of Flexibility
Motorola’s new concept, known as the “adaptive display” concept, features a 6.9-inch flexible pOLED screen. This groundbreaking design allows the device to be used in various forms depending on the user’s needs. When laid flat, it functions as a full-fledged Android smartphone. Folded into a self-standing upright position, it offers a more compact form of full Android on a 4.6-inch display. The most intriguing feature, however, is its ability to be wrapped around the wrist like an oversized smartwatch for hands-free use.
Practicality and Feasibility
While the concept of a wrist-phone is exciting, it also raises several questions about its practicality and feasibility. Concerns such as the weight on the wrist, durability against flips and bends, and even how to put a case on this unique design are yet to be addressed. As it stands, this innovative design is still in its conceptual stage, and we do not have information about its pricing or availability.
Not the First Attempt
This isn’t Motorola’s first venture into the world of flexible phones. In 2016, Lenovo, which owns Motorola, showcased another concept for a phone that could wrap around your wrist. However, these devices have not yet hit the market.
Despite these uncertainties, Motorola’s new concept represents an exciting step forward in smartphone technology. It opens up possibilities for more versatile and personalized devices that adapt to our needs and lifestyles. While we wait for more details about this revolutionary concept, one thing is clear: the future of smartphones is flexible.