Lenovo has registered an irreverent folding smartphone patent.
Lenovo seems to have a unique perspective on what it wants for its future folding smartphone.
In what is a recent registered patent, the Chinese company seems to prefer the shell-shaped design following the idea of the much talked about Moto Razr.
Galaxy Fold’s book-shaped design is set aside by Lenovo.
By the way, in terms of appearance, the company seems to want to bet on the shell that popularized Motorola.
There, the folded part reveals a secondary screen, as we can see from the images of the various renders.
These are the materialization of what we see in the patent.
The patent reveals a foldable smartphone different from what we have seen.
The image and all details about the license appeared on the LetsGoDigital website.
This writes that the patent was submitted last year and shows a foldable smartphone genuinely different from what we have seen.
Besides, Lenovo can launch its Razr even before this Lenovo design sees the light of day.
Folding smartphones are the great technological novelty of 2019.
However, they are not exactly appealing to the average consumer.
Firstly, for its inflated price. Being novel and dubbing technologies expensive, make manufacturers push the price.
On the other hand, and coupled with cost, is the fact that consumers do not want to be guinea pigs.
We have to be sincere and look at this first generation of folding smartphones as the experience it really is.
An adventure in the technology itself and the response the market will give you.
It is interesting to see different approaches in an increasingly dull mobile market.
If the “ordinary” smartphone stagnated in terms of design, these various ideologies of foldable devices bring life to the industry. It remains to be seen how useful they are.