Lenovo bendable smartphone and Tablet showed up at Tech World 2016
Lenovo Tech World brought plenty of announcements and modern devices. Lenovo made their way to the headlines with their unique and the world’s first Tango-enabled smartphone. Along with the first Tango smartphone, they also announced two other phablets. Tango phablet was not the only thing that Lenovo showed at their Tech Event. Lenovo also showed their bendable smartphone named as Lenovo C Plus and a tablet version. Those were the prototypes of bendable smartphone and tablets. The smartphone can be bendable and wore as a band on the wrist. The smartphone is capable of changing it’s shaping to a wristband as it bends. But it’s still a prototype, so that’s why it’s still under development and is not coming soon.
You can also use the tablet version as a Phablet because it is bendable. The tablet’s design is a two in one. It is because you can use it with ease. Either you want to watch movies on it as a tablet PC, or you want to receive calls via phablet. You will be able to use it as a Tablet and a Phablet. The noticeable thing in these two devices is software and their ability to bend. Whenever both devices turn, the software change takes place and transforms itself into their shape. Like if you are using Tablet it will have UI for a tablet but if you bend it will automatically change it’s software User Interface for Phablet. That’s an awesome concept. Unfortunately, Lenovo is still working on this cool concept and these devices are not coming soon. But there are rumors that Samsung is going to launch their bendable smartphone as Samsung Galaxy X in 2017. So hope for some cool devices in future.
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