This week Lenovo held a conference called Lenovo Tech World, that included the showcasing of a concept tablet and phone with foldable designs. They’re big and bulky, but they’re just prototypes. You can see them below, courtesy of Slashgear. You can also watch them in action in the short video
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I am angered and saddened that the flexible display technology is not evolving one bit ever since the Samsung Youm concept and the LG G Flex series. Apparently, Oppo’s latest breakthrough in the field is an ugly tablet prototype, posing as a foldable phone… I am well aware of Oppo’s
With the recent rumors saying that Samsung could come up with a so called Galaxy X next year, that will bring a flexible 4K display, it’s no wonder we’re so fascinated with similar projects. One of them is the HoloFlex, a cool holographic flexible phone, that’s demoed below.
Concepts make flexible phones seem like they’re right here, easy to use and comfy. In reality, everything that’s cool is happening in a lab and it’s still in the early stage of development. Take the prototype below, from Asian firm AUO. It’s a bendable screen smartphone, that flexes to control
I can’t shake the feeling I’ve seen this concept before… Anyway, meet the Apple iWear, a flexible phone also serving as a bracelet, that can curved smoothly on your wrist. The creation of Sunfer Ho, this device seems to date from before iOS 8, as shown by the older on
Sent to us by Afshin Khademi Parvin, the following concept phone is said to be a HTC, but its flexible format may also be adopted by the likes of LG, Motorola and even Apple. The handset doesn’t exactly have a name and it’s an 8 shaped piece of wonder, that
With all those big brand companies debuting Galaxy S5 models and Nokia X units, it’s time to check out something more futuristic. Kyocera’s booth is the place to be at MWC 2014, since they’ve shown us exactly what we wanted: a handset that turns into a bracelet, a flexible one.
We’ve been hearing a lot about Nokia flexible phones lately, with a prototype being even demoed at Nokia World 2011. This may be no Nokia Morph, but it’s surely interesting enough to make us think about the future. And now there’s a new project called the HumanForm, that looks like
Ladies will be pleased to know that there’s a flexible phone around ready to be worn as a fashion accessory. We’re talking about the Flex Mobile concept, created by Carolina Rebelo and having the ability to flex according to your needs and wishes, thus becoming a bracelet, for example. The
What you can see below is the concept phone created by John Kwan, a design that reminds me of a certain Nokia fan concept. This time, we’re dealing with a flexible phone that folds on an axis and looks like a small fan with flaps that open up on each