Motorola, now owned by Lenovo, has introduced a prototype phone display that can wrap around a user’s wrist.
This flexible screen can adapt to different shapes based on user preferences. When laid flat, it functions as a typical 6.9-inch phone, offering a full Android experience.
It can be adjusted to different positions, including an upright stance with a condensed 4.6-inch display, suitable for video calls. Users can even curve it around their wrist, simulating the experience of Motorola’s Razr Plus’s cover screen.
However, as it’s currently just a concept, there’s no information about pricing or public availability. This isn’t the first time Lenovo has showcased such a flexible phone display; they previously demonstrated a wrist-wrapping phone concept in 2016.