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The CPlus features a segmented screen so it is able to go from handset to a wearable and back again.
Lenovo introduced its CPlus flexible-phone concept, which looks like a regular phone but can be bent to fit your wrist. That wasn't the only device at Lenovo Tech World. Find out all the major things Lenovo showed off right here.
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Lenovo's ultraflexible smartphone wraps around your wrist to wear as a watch.
Lenovo shows off a smart-shoe concept in San Francisco during its Tech World 2016 show.
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Lenovo shows off prototypes of flexible wrist-worn phones and tablets that can be folded like a book.
Lenovo wants developers to create modular attachments for its Moto phones so it's offering a $1 million prize for the best design.
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