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“I wore Motorola’s bendable smartphone-watch hybrid, and it left me all kinds of confused”

Let’s dive into the latest buzz from Mobile World Congress, where Motorola is turning heads with its bendable phone concept. Imagine a phone that wraps around your wrist – it’s like something out of a sci-fi movie!

While the idea was first teased at Lenovo Tech World last year, it’s here at MWC where we’re getting a real hands-on experience. And let me tell you, it’s a bit of a mixed bag. Sure, it’s cool, but there are definitely some kinks to work out.

The phone itself starts as a regular slab, but it’s the bendable, woven-fabric backplate that sets it apart. And trust me, watching it bend and twist is a sight to behold.

But is it practical? Well, that’s up for debate. Some love the idea of being able to bend it into a kickstand, while others are more excited about how it attaches magnetically to wristbands. Personally, I think it’s a bit finicky to get it just right, but once it’s on, it’s pretty cool.

On the flip side, there’s also Motorola’s “Moto-rolla” concept, which is basically a phone with a rollable display. Just give it a double press, and the screen extends for a larger viewing experience. It’s smoother and more refined compared to the bendable phone, which is why some folks are leaning towards it.

In the end, both concepts have their pros and cons, but it’s exciting to see Motorola pushing the boundaries of smartphone design. Who knows what they’ll come up with next? Guess we’ll just have to wait and see.

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