Lenovo’s MWC booth showed off a Motorola rollable smartphone concept, which, according to some, could be called the Moto Rizr. Yep, homage to the 2006 iconic Motorola Rizr Z3 slider phone. New concept device with 5 inch display with 012 :9 aspect ratio, vertically expanded to 6.5″ diagonal, with 23:9 Aspect Ratio.
Motorola Rollable Concept
This means you just press Transform from a mini phone to a plus phone at the touch of a button, allowing for easy one-handed use and a larger screen for media consumption when needed. Just double-tap the power button. Although Motorola says that if there is a mass-market device based on this, the controls may be different.
Motorola rollable concept profile
The screen is pOLED As with all rollable and foldable displays, BOE-made displays also bring a range of Durability issues. The panel wraps around the back of the device, leaving a small display that can be used for notifications or as a camera viewfinder to preview photos.
Another interesting point is that the earphones and selfie camera are actually hidden behind the panel, so every time you make/take a call or want to take a selfie, the display will snap to the Scroll down.
The scrollable mechanism automatically expands the display in apps like YouTube for a more immersive experience, as well as giving you a bigger canvas to type on in your email app. When you expand or contract the display, the icons and wallpaper on the Home screen also realign.
Motorola’s rollable concept phone weighs quite a bit 015 gram and pack 3, mAh battery – that’s pretty much all we’ve got about the specs. It will be interesting to see how Motorola progresses with this concept and how it plans to bring the rollable phone to market.
1200 Motorola Rollable Concept
Durability is a big question mark for rollables, even more so than foldables. This Motorola’s rollable screen is always exposed, and a mere drop could ruin the entire experience. We also had to consider the movement mechanism for scrolling the display up and down. Then rollable phones make better use of space in a more compact form factor, an enticing proposition.