Lenovo patents vertically foldable phone

Back in September 2018, Lenovo documented a patent at WIPO (World Intellectual Property Office) envisioning a foldable cell phone with a vertical overlap. It looks like Motorola’s Razr cell phone to some degree since it has an optional screen.

It has a major depend on the back giving you a chance to pick the flex point so you can crease it midway or completely. Along these lines some portion of the screen stays obvious and usable. The thought is reminiscent of Sharp’s structure that we saw a week ago.

By its vibes, the bezels are sufficiently huge to oblige the forward looking camera and the earpiece alongside the standard sensors and the back has just a single camera imagined.

Obviously, this is only a primer structure and could change upon discharge if the task sees open air by any means.