As we all know Bendable smartphones are the most awaited products. During tech world conference, Lenovo showed the smartphone with fully flexible screen and a tablet with the foldable display.

Lenovo Shows Off Bendable Phones that can be Worn like a Watch

As we know, Samsung showed off its bendable prototype more than three years ago, and it’s nowhere going to launch before 2017. Samsung the Korean-based company had already launched several devices with the curved display but not bending display which includes Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus.

The YouTuber Meghan McCarthy gave an on-screen demo of Lenovo’s bendable devices during the tech world conference. In the video, she shows us how the new smartphone can be effortlessly wrapped around the wrist.

Lenovo Shows Off Bendable Phones
Lenovo Shows Off Bendable Phones

The new bendable smartphone is officially known as CPlus which you can wrap it around your wrist. It was said that the device will also have bendable hardware and batteries, and it was claimed that the device wouldn’t be much heavier or thicker than any normal smartphone.

Lenovo Shows Off Bendable Phones
Lenovo Shows Off Bendable Phones

Lenovo’s CTO, Peter Hortensius said that this bendable smartphone would be available in two sizes, Large and small. CPlus will be sharing 4.26inch flexible screen which will be run on Android operating system and will be available in different colors.

Lenovo’s chairman and CEO Yang Yuanquing said: “such devices reflect the company’s new mission supported by a number of recent major acquisitions to focus on customer-centricity and connectivity as the Internet of Things continues growing.”

CEO of Lenovo also said- “Over the past two years Lenovo has been transforming, making major acquisitions in mobile and infrastructure to expand beyond our core PC business,”

According to the sources, this phone will have all the things require to be a premium phone. However, we can only assume that the phone will be expensive. But the concept is really cool. It is still in the development stage, but it is a type of things that we would foresee in the future.


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