Motorola is releasing a flexible smartphone that fits around your wrist

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Motorola It unveiled a pretty interesting phone prototype at Lenovo Tech World 2023 that is turning heads and wrists. This flexible smartphone has a flexible screen that wraps around your wrist like a watch.

The product released by Motorola is the latest version of what the phone looks like, which means some iterations have been revealed. Before. One of the iterations was announced during the Lenovo World Technology Summit in 2016 and was largely considered a fun innovation at the time.

The product then did not generate much publicity and kept a very low profile. However, at the 2023 Tech World event, the company took the opportunity to reintroduce the unique concept and also gave a quick overview of its features.

The phone has a plastic FHD+ PolED display that measures 6.9 inches when laid flat, rather than on your wrist. to an independent position. This reduces the size of the phone to 4.6 inches.

Motorola’s new flagship phone aims to provide maximum convenience while you’re on the go. Its flexibility covers it and wraps comfortably around your wrist, allowing you to easily interact with its external screen. The launch snapshot shows a cloth item on the back of the watch to make the experience more comfortable.

Motorola says: “This adaptive display concept further expands on the visual and mechanical advances seen in our foldable and rollable devices across the smartphones and PC categories.”

The flexible phone will also use a generative AI model that allows users a new level of customization. For example, you can take a photo of your outfit and your phone will automatically adjust the background to match your outfit.

Obviously, this mobile phone is a prototype at this time, and Motorola No plans to release to the public yet.

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