The Portal is a 6-inch flexible-screen smartphone currently being crowdfunded on Indiegogo that slides into a custom arm cradle for those with active, connected lifestyles. So far as we can tell, it's not a hoax.
"Current wearable offerings and even the new Apple Watch are just too
small to text on or do anything really practical," Brandon Mairs, founder of startup Arubixs, told CNET via email.
Portal is flexible with a Kevlar-supported exterior. The device has 2GB RAM, four cameras, 64GB of storage, a full suite
of sensors, NFC, Bluetooth, LTE, wireless charging and a proprietary
3,200mAh flexible battery.
Portal's creators stress that it's not just a wearable, but a fully functional flexible phone that slides into a wearable case.
"It's a smartphone you can wear," Brandon Mairs of startup Arubixs told CNET. "So when the phone is not in the cradle
it's just a thin, 6-inch smartphone that's flexible, water resistant and