However, the device is still a concept device that signifies that it's still going to take time for the Chinese tech giant to release the device as a consumer product.
Lenovo has been known for thinking outside of the box with their mobile PC products, but their latest device prototype - the Folio - is catching the eye of tech enthusiasts everywhere, and for good reason. Samsung even started wrapping displays around edges. The user interface will automatically reconfigure itself to suit the available screen real estate, allowing for a relatively seamless transition. In the video, a Lenovo spokesperson shows how the Folio can transform into a camera where the subject can actually see the composition before you snap the photo. Big companies are always talking about them and showing off demos, but they never make it to store shelves. Inside you'll find a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor powering Android 7.0 Nougat.
Dos muertos en un tiroteo en un mercado de Ciudad de México
También llegaron ambulancias del Escuadrón de Rescate y Urgencias Médicas ( ERUM ), quienes brindaron los primeros auxilios a los lesionados.
Furthermore, Lenovo cannot be counted as the only firm that is working on such tablets-turned-phones or you can also call it phones-turned-tablets. If the device eventually becomes a reality, it may support Windows 10 as well. Everything else is already standard in today's phones and tablets, so as soon as the screen is ready, we could have a range of models being offered. The rear portion just blanks out while only displaying the Lenovo logo.
Unfolded gadget called the Folio represents a 7.8-inch tablet with a screen resolution of 1920 x 1440 pixels. The idea, of course, is to put the best features of both devices into a gadget you can easily carry in your pocket. Samsung, for instance, been promising a bendable smartphone for years and we still havent seen one.