Technology is more often than not designed with a solid aesthetic, but the 'ReFlex' packs an OLED display that's actually meant to be bent. Developed by the Queen's University Human Media Lab, the 'ReFlex' smartphone would enable users to bend and shift the device to navigate certain apps or features. The 'ReFlex' prototype is the first of its kind and is being praised for the level of interaction it provides with haptic feedback.
The 'ReFlex' smartphone features a 720p OLED display that's able to be bent to offer users the ability to, for example, flip the pages of a digital book. With folding and bendable technology being of high interest to many tech companies around the world, the 'ReFlex' smartphone is a step in a more flexible direction.
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