Motorola’s prototype features a 6.9-inch full-HD+ pOLED screen.
While foldable screens are gradually making their way into the public, Motorola is developing a more sophisticated concept phone display that encircles your wrist. The flexible pOLED display prototype phone was on display by the Lenovo subsidiary on Tuesday, October 24, during the annual Lenovo Tech World 2023. With its full-HD+ pOLED screen, the revolutionary smartphone form factor can be bent backwards and worn as a bracelet or timepiece. There are various stand modes for the adaptive display concept.
At Lenovo Tech World 2023, Motorola showcased a revolutionary adaptive display concept. As previously indicated, the full-HD+ pOLED display on this new conceptual device can be bent and curved into various forms based on the demands of the user. This concept of an adjustable display may be changed from the typical flat Android phone experience to being wrapped for a wrist-worn experience or placed in multiple stand positions. The gadget may function as a bipod on its own, allowing the user to operate it hands-free.
Its 6.9-inch screen, when flat, may be used with the full Android experience just like a regular smartphone. Its 4.6-inch display allows for additional adjustment to a self-standing position. Furthermore, Motorola mentions that users can experience something akin to the external display on the Motorola Razr Plus cover screen by wrapping the handset around their wrist like a smart band or smartwatch. The exact release date of this new gadget in retailers is unknown, though.
A preview of the rollable Rizr concept was provided by Motorola earlier this year during the Mobile World Congress (MWC 2023) in Barcelona. In addition to Motorola, companies such as Vivo, TCL, and Transsion Holdings are preparing to introduce another rollable display form factor in 2024. At the moment, Samsung is dominating the foldable smartphone market.
Furthermore, Motorola showcased some generative AI technologies that enable customers to customise their phones. Users can upload or take a picture of their clothes to create various AI-generated graphics that reflect their style using this approach. The company also revealed that MotoAI, a personal assistant for PCs and smartphones, is being developed. In addition, Motorola has announced a Privacy Content Obfuscation idea that uses AI to protect user data, an AI Text Summarization tool, and an AI concept model that improves the Doc Scanner feature now found on Motorola camera systems.