Motorola Registers Patent For Flexible Phone Displays

Motorola Registers Patent For Flexible Phone Displays





Smartphones with foldable displays belong to the hottest trends in mobile phone technology. However, the bending point could be permanently distorted for the flexible screens in plastic, thereby resulting in errors in the display. Motorola has been given by the US Patent Office (USPTO) for a technology that’s supposed to stop all this. In the patent application, it is said that a heating element installed in the hinge heats the plastic and is supposed to rectify the distortion. These ought to be identified with the support of a specialized detector, which checks for substance stress automatically after the device is unfolded – even when the mobile phone isn’t switched on. Some of the most recent foldable smartphones connect two different displays via hinges, rather than using one flexible display. As an example, such as ZTE’s Axon M (see image). In a way, the technology reported by Motorola is may not be necessary now but could make way for new smartphone versions.





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