Foldable smartphone- From the small 3/4 inch screens, we moved into the era of the big screens encompassing the 6 inches. Then came the fingerprint sensors as a form of security, followed by the camera count of two, three, four, five and still there are those who want to get more. The evolution of smartphones continues and the era of foldable smartphone has been announced for some time.
Hence, now according to the latest reports, the well-known Chinese smartphone manufacturer, of course, Lenovo is already working on its own foldable smartphone and Samsung should have its soon. but for what key reasons we want a folding smartphone?
The trends that are created
It was in the summer of 2016 that the well-known Chinese smartphone manufacturer, of course, Lenovo announced that it would be preparing its foldable smartphone, something where several seem to be working.
Curved and flexible smartphones seem to have been in trends that did not avenge the market. LG’s G Flex has died out, as the Samsung’s Edge has lost such a sharp curve, but now the bet really seems to be on the fold.
These are concepts that seem too futuristic and for which there does not seem to be any basis for their use. Put it on the arm, like a giant bracelet, make them sturdier? Adapt them to professions linked to health, science? These are plausible scenarios but the concept is anyway questionable for the general public.
A strange form of smartphone
The folding future of the well-known Chinese smartphone manufacturer, of course, Lenovo has now emerged in a short video on Twitter, to be used in a functional way, in the style of a normal smartphone, but all folded.
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What is strange in this video and in this concept of the smartphone is its form that seems a setback of everything. we are currently living at the level of smartphones.
The new Lenovo folding smartphone comes with fairly wide margins, especially at the bottom and top, probably with the “non-folding” elements that make up a smartphone, like the battery, for example.
It will be at the end of this year, beginning of the next, when we will see the official arrival of these models to the market, but its success remains questionable.