I’m here to make the case for weird, capsule-fashioned smartphones due to the fact I’m frankly tired of how exhaustingly similar smartphones of nowadays look like… specifically the Motorola RAZR and maybe mid-range ones who’s best USP seems to be a slight rate tag. Here’s a cellphone that Karota created simply on a whim primarily based on a totally whacky Motorola Aura phone that debuted nearly 12 years ago. The Aura sported a round display, a revolving front, and a bizarre digicam cutout on the back. The conceptual Motorola Revolve follows quite a whole lot the same format, but ditches the round display screen and keyboard for two as an alternative oddly formed (but truly feasible) bendy OLED touchscreen displays.
Its iconic whacky shape is possibly what I sense the mid-variety phone market needs. The Revolve is honestly not a flagship. You couldn’t probably browse the internet efficaciously on it or watch a Netflix film on a display screen with such hugely rounded corners. You ought to, however, craft a budget UI that makes use of and respects the capsule-formed display screen well, just like how smartwatches with round monitors have a bespoke UI. You may want to use this UI to offer basic functions like video calling, Facebook browsing, messaging, and a quite succesful voice assistant, while basically offering it as one of the maximum appreciably different price range-telephones at the market. It wouldn’t require any over-engineering either, like those costly folding smartphones. Besides, a leather end at the returned and a twin rear-digicam setup makes the Motorola Revolve concept hella interesting, from all angles!