Lenovo’s Bendable Smartphone Snaps Onto Your Wrist, Just Like That

These futuristic products were displayed by the company at their annual Tech Event.

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Lenovo’s bendable smartphone is pretty neat. (Photo Courtesy: Lenovo)

Lenovo finally got its chance to show the world that the future of smartphones and tablets can be flexible like never before. The Chinese brand announced that it is working on phones and tablets that are bendable and can be worn like a bracelet. The company managed to get Meghan McCarthy – who was cleverly seated in the audience – to give a demo.

The products were part of the Lenovo Tech World event, which took place on Thursday in San Francisco. The company’s special guest showcased what the prototype model is capable of doing, as she spoke on the phone and then quickly snapped it around her wrist, as simple as that.

But here’s the thing; you can’t buy this phone anytime soon, as Lenovo is still working on improving it. And by when can we expect the finished product? Well, your guess is good as ours.

This is the kind of innovation that the mobile space has been lacking for years now. We’re hopeful that Lenovo has got itself moving at the right pace, to turn these cool gadgets into reality very soon.

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