Motorola’s latest concept is a wrist-worn smartphone and it looks bizarre

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A lot of exciting products and innovations are coming to this week’s Lenovo Tech World 2023 event, including a Motorola wrist-worn smartphone that, honestly, looks insane. 

The tech maker announces a lot of concepts, ranging from a display that can be bent and shaped into different forms to a personal assistant that never stops learning.

One of the most exciting concepts is the adaptive display. Using an FHD+ pOLED display, it can be adjusted from a standard phone experience to being wrapped around your wrist or positioned in a stand mode. This makes it perfect for a variety of tasks, such as watching a video, reading a book, or taking a call.

Take a look at what it could look like on your wrist below:

“When laid flat, the 6.9 inch display runs a full Android experience, just like any smartphone. In the upright position, the device can be adjusted into a self standing position, running a more compact form of full Android on a 4.6 inch display,” the company explains.

Once it hits the market, Motorola’s wrist-worn smartphone will also run its very own generative AI model and personal assistant called MotoAI.

Exciting enough? Well, elsewhere in the tech world, there’s also a new AI marvel in town called Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 — hitting the public’s eye today at Snapdragon Summit.