Motorola unveiled its Adaptive Display concept last October, marking a significant stride in flexible display technology use cases. Today at the Mobile World Congress (MWC 2024), I had the opportunity to experience this concept firsthand.
The device, featuring a 6.9-inch screen, bends around the wrist, revolutionizing conventional smartphone design. Powered by a plastic-based pOLED display with FHD+ resolution, the Adaptive Display retains the regular appearance of a standard smartphone with a slightly taller form factor.

One notable feature of the Motorola bendable phone is its back panel, composed of multiple segments covered with a textile material. This choice of material enables the device’s flexibility, a critical aspect that cannot be achieved with metal or plastic. Users can wrap the device around their wrist, turning it into a bulky smartwatch or a small wearable display.
In its flat position, the device operates like a traditional Android smartphone, providing a full-screen interface, and it can be adjusted, including a self-standing position or a compact form with a 4.6-inch display.
According to the company, the Adaptive Display concept represents a convergence of display and mechanical innovations derived from Lenovo’s foldable and rollable devices. This technology allows users to shape the display according to their specific needs, offering a versatile user experience.

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