Today marks another milestone in the technology industry as the world witnesses one of the world’s largest tech innovation events – Lenovo Tech World 2022. The Chinese multinational technology company held its annual global innovation event, Tech World, today.
Therein, the firm shared its vision for the evolution of collaboration across users, spaces, and devices to unlock unlimited possibilities in both real-world applications and the Metaverse. Aside from that, Lenovo also unveiled new concepts, solutions, and emerging innovations that will define the way we work, learn, and engage in the digital world.
Lenovo Rollable Smartphone and PC Proof Concepts Unveiled at Lenovo Tech World 2022
The most exciting of all is the first public showing of rollable proof of concepts for smartphones and laptop PCs. Rollable proof of concepts for smartphones and laptop computers were unveiled by Lenovo and Motorola, ushering in a new possible era where this distinct form factor permits more information and offers enormous promise for the future to improve hybrid work and life.
Luca Rossi, the President of Lenovo’s Intelligent Devices Group, who showcased the reliable devices, said the company is committed to further transformative form factor innovation by revealing rollable smartphone and PC proof of concepts.
“And here is an example that we are working on. It’s a SmartPhone with reliable proof of concept. It doesn’t sacrifice screen size when you need it and it can retract to a size smaller than any other premium smartphone. Let’s look at this rollover Concept in action.”
The new rollable proof of concept is small yet doesn’t sacrifice screen size, elevating multi-tasking, surfing, and mobile use cases. This allows content to be dynamically changed to the device when the expanded screen rolls inward towards the base of the laptop and smartphone. By incorporating computing onto rollable screens, consumer pain points are addressed, and productivity in hybrid working environments increases. These features are provided on a dynamic, adjustable, and larger screen, yet on smaller devices.