A phone you can bend around your wristLenovo 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.
A phone that you can wear on your wrist. This is Lenovo C plus and it was introduced at a Lenovo tap world. Right now it's a concept device so don't expect to buy it soon. The device features a 4.26" segmented screen and runs Android. The segmented screen is how the device can actually bend around your wrist. However the C plus wasn't the only flexible device Lenovo showed off. There's also the folio tablet. It looks like a standard tablet except you could fold it in half to use as a phone. Now those product don't have a release date but Lenovo did announce a bunch of phones that will hit the market soon. Say hello to the Moto Z and the Moto Zforce. The Moto Zforce will feature the same shutter proof screen at the Droid Turbo 2. Both moto z products can accept Mozuer add ons, that the company calls, moto mods. The mods connect to the z phones using a magnetic connector. The novo showed off an extended battery pack, a speaker, and even a projector that can show images up to 70 inches in size. Unlike the LGG 5, you'll be able to attach the mods to moto z. Without having to turn off the phone. Yeah, there are no headphone jacks on either device. You'll have to use Bluetooth or an adapter for headphones. Both Moto Z phones will hit the US in the summer. The Moto Z will be available globally in September. The Z Force does not have a scheduled global release date. Lenovo also introduced the Lenovo Fab 2 Pro. This is the first phone that features Google Tango which in a nutshell, is a depth sensing 3D camera system. The Fab 2 Pro can scan a room and place virtual objects in real space. The phone itself features a massive 6.4 inch screen. There are also other models of the Fab 2 that don't feature Tango The fab two line of phones will be available in September. I'm Aya Zaktar, and you can keep up with the hottest tech news at CNET. COM/UPDATE.