HTC 2 Android, Windows flexible display smartphone
As smartphones devices continue to evolve you have to sometimes think how much further they can be developed, but in the coming few months we should start to see handsets with flexible displays. Today we have the HTC 2 Android, Windows smartphone that has a flexible display.
The team here on Phones Review often bring our readers concept phone ideas that can range from the ridiculous to the more believable, and todays could easily fall into the latter category. The handset is the work of 91mobiles.com and is a dual boot device that uses a wraparound flexible screen, which sees the device convert into a tablet PC.
Away from the display the device is powered by the quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor that is clocked at 2.2GHz, and is now finding its way into a lot more high end mobile smartphones.
This is coupled with a massive 4GB of RAM together with 32GB of on board storage that is powered by a 4,000 mAh battery unit that would be able to be fully charged in twenty minutes. The concept design has nicked the Nokia 41-megapixel PureView camera for the rear of the device, while around the front is a 5-megapixel shooter for video calls and self-portraits.
You would have thought that the handset side of things would be taken care of by the Android OS, and once opened into the tablet PC mode the device would switch to Windows.
Would you like to ever see a device like this?
Source: Concept Phones.