Advances in adaptive display technology enable the development of entirely new types of devices.
While the design of mobile devices has been very similar for many years, with no major differences between phones, things have changed with the development of flexible screens. Most mobile companies have already introduced mobile phones with bendable screens, and although their demand is increasing, they still cannot compete with traditional mobile phones in terms of sales.
Advances in screen technology are expected to lead to many more innovations in the future. Some computer manufacturers have already introduced laptops with flexible screens that allow for a variety of uses (they can be used as small laptops and computers, or as tablets that require an additional keyboard); Motorola decided on a slightly different concept.
At the Global Tech Event’s Global Conference, Motorol, as he was called, introduced the adaptive screen concept, a device that can be used not only as a classic smartphone, but also as a smartwatch. This means it’s a flexible screen so you can wrap it around your arm. The device is interesting, but it doesn’t seem like it’s going to be a big screen that you can wrap around your wrist, but it’s a concept that Motorola wants to show the potential of technology and how all innovation is possible thanks to a flexible screen.
This concept device has an FHD pOLED screen, and when the screen is fully opened, this Motorola can be used as a classic smartphone. The screen diagonal is 6.9 inches and can run Android and all applications like any other phone. The screen is slightly curved, so part of it acts as a stand, and the top part can also be used as a phone, but it’s a smaller screen at 4.6 inches diagonally. It can also be folded up and worn on the wrist, making it the first “wearable phone” in some media outlets, alluding to the category of wearable devices such as smartwatches and bracelets. According to a posted video that can be seen on Motorola’s site, the user interface will adapt to the current phone shape depending on the degree of curvature of the screen.
This concept device is interesting not only in terms of hardware, but also in terms of software and artificial intelligence, which will allow the phone owner to personalize the theme and background on the screen based on the clothes he wears. Masu. As you can see in the promotional video, all you have to do is take a photo of the clothes you’re wearing, and the mobile phone’s AI will create a theme that matches the clothes. In addition to matching clothes with shoes and handbags, in the future you will be able to match your phone background with fashion combinations.
sauce: lenovo news