Lenovo’s First Foldable Smartphone Leaked In A Video

There has been news and rumors of different manufactures regarding foldable smartphones in progress, while there has been no official announcement from any of these manufacturers. According to the latest reports, the well-known Chinese manufacturer is reportedly working on its very own foldable smartphone.

Lenovo’s First Foldable Smartphone Leaked 

Technology keeps advancing and introducing new innovation to the world. There was a time where 3/4 inch displays were all that matters, keypads phone, ranging from flip to sliding phones and now full touchscreen phones. A lot of other development you’re aware of and some you probably haven’t heard.

I guess some (if not all) of us already heard reports of the South Korean tech giant, of course, Samsung working on a rumors Galaxy F foldable smartphone. Even though this development seems to grab so much attention, one particular question keeps rising among smartphone users, why do we need a foldable smartphone?

Lenovo already announced its intention towards making a folding phone back in 2016. However, we haven’t gotten to see one from the tech giant.

The leak suggests this smartphone will be wearable like a bracelet around the arm which is totally different from the concept South Koreans tech giant Samsung.  While wearing them as a bracelet may look awkward, the device will also be linked to other health science techs as we’ve seen on smartwatches.

In a short video shared by bang_gogo via the popular social networking platform, Twitter,  it shows what the folding phone looks like.

https://twitter.com/bang_gogo_/status/1044934487404994561

In the video, the screen of the folding phone doesn’t seem to look like a glass, but we can’t say for sure.

At the moment, there are no details of the specs, however, the device is expected to be announced officially by the end of this year, and probably see the models available at the beginning of next year, but its success remains questionable.

So, what do you think of this? Share your views and thoughts in the comment section below.