Motorola just went full-on crazy at Lenovo Tech World ’23 with some jaw-dropping innovations that might or might not hit the shelves in the near future.
The smartphone-making whizzes (a part of the Lenovo fam since 2014) took the stage and dropped a bombshell – introducing an “adaptive display” prototype that’s as versatile as a chameleon in a rainbow factory.
Plus, they threw in some AI-powered goodies for the Lenovo devices that you can already get your hands on.
The Marvelous Rollable Phone
Now, prepare to have your mind blown by Motorola’s “adaptive display” concept. Picture a smartphone that’s so flexible it could moonlight as a yoga instructor.
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It’s got an FHD+ pOLED display, and this thing can do the limbo with its screen. Motorola explains it as a device that “can be bent and shaped into different forms depending on users’ needs.” Translation: it’s like putty in your hands!
You can lay it out flat like a pancake and use it as a regular smartphone, or you could give it a little bend to have it chilling on your desk, almost like those fancy foldable phones.
Heck, you can even wrap it halfway around your wrist, and it turns into a high-tech, sci-fi slap bracelet. It’s like a phone from the future with a dash of nostalgia for those ’90s kids.
This wild prototype boasts a 6.9-inch display, and it runs the full Android experience – yep, just like the smartphones you already know and love (sorry, iPhones, you’re not invited to this party).
When you stand it up on its base, it seamlessly transforms into a compact version of Android, displayed on a nifty 4.6-inch section of the screen.
Before you start counting your pennies, we’d like to remind you that while drooling over futuristic tech is fun, don’t hold your breath for this gadget to hit the shelves anytime soon.
But hey, Lenovo has a history of cooking up some crazy stuff for us, so who knows, right?
AI-Powered Wallpaper Magic
In addition to their rollable wonder, Motorola is diving headfirst into the AI pool, just like every other big shot in 2023.
“With this concept, users can upload or snap a pic of their snazzy outfit to get a batch of unique AI-generated images that scream ‘you’,” says Motorola.
So, if you love your new floral top, just snap a selfie with it (using their snazzy rollable display device, of course).
The software will then whip up a buffet of wallpaper options that match your style. It’s like having an artist on speed dial.
In the blog post, they show a cool video of a person taking that outfit selfie, and bam! You see the AI doing its magic and producing a range of wallpapers for the bendy phone. Your phone’s wallpaper has never been more in sync with your wardrobe.
MotoAI – Your New Digital BFF
But that’s not all, folks! Motorola is also cooking up something they call “MotoAI.” It’s a personal voice and text assistant, and it’s not just any AI, but a massive language model.
This digital buddy of yours is going to be your go-to for all things voice and text-related on your PC and smartphone. It’ll answer your questions, craft messages, schedule your tasks, and more – you name it, and MotoAI’s got your back.
Here’s the twist: Motorola is dead serious about your privacy. MotoAI is all about keeping things local, no cloud snooping here.
This means your data stays cozy on your device, and your personal assistant gets smarter and more useful as it gets to know you better. It’s like having your own personal tech-savvy butler, minus the British accent.
Document Scanning, Unwrinkled and Shadow-Free
In their quest to revolutionize everything, Motorola’s not forgetting about the practical stuff.
Say hello to a neat little feature they’re teasing: it’s all about making your scanned documents and images look sharp and snazzy, as if they just walked out of a photoshoot.
Motorola wants to kick wrinkles and shadows to the curb when you’re scanning physical documents or images using your phone’s camera.
Their innovation is all about sprucing up the final image quality – think crisp and clear, not rumpled and shady. So, those wrinkled old photos of you from the ’90s will get a fresh makeover, thanks to this nifty tool.
All in all, Motorola’s Tech World ’23 showcase was a rollercoaster of innovation and futuristic flair.
The rollable phone left us wondering if we’ll ever go back to those clunky, rigid devices of the past. And with MotoAI on the horizon, we might soon be asking, “Siri, who?”
While it’s a bit early to start celebrating these tech marvels in our lives, one thing’s for sure – the future is looking mighty intriguing! Stay tuned for more updates from the world of tech, and who knows what wonders will be in store for us next.