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Motorola redefines what is possible with AI and adaptive display devices at Lenovo Tech World ‘23

At Lenovo Tech World ’23, Motorola is taking its AI endeavours to another level and showcasing innovations that redefine the possibilities of flexible hardware, whilst also introducing exciting new AI features. These features range from generative theming to a sophisticated personal assistant.

For years, Motorola has been at the forefront of innovation, and continues to be committed to bringing meaningful and thoughtful experiences to consumers. Motorola has embedded AI features in many areas of its devices, such as camera, battery, display and device performance. However, the modern smartphone experience is going through a transformative shift, with AI at the centre, serving as both a personal assistant and a tool to enhance everyday tasks, improve performance, and to create more meaningful experiences for users.

Unveiling an adaptive display concept that moulds to our consumer needs

Motorola continues to push boundaries and invest in flexible display technology and devices. The new conceptual device uses a FHD+ pOLED display that can be bent and shaped into different forms depending on users’ needs. This adaptive display concept further builds upon the display and mechanical innovations from other foldable and rollable devices in both the smartphone and PC categories.

The adaptive display concept can be adjusted from a standard Android phone experience in a flat position to being wrapped for a wrist-worn experience or positioned in several stand modes. When laid flat, the 6.9″ display runs a full Android experience, just like any smartphone. In the upright position, the device can be adjusted into a self-standing position, running a more compact form of full Android on a 4.6″ display. Users can also wrap the device around their wrist for a similar experience to the external display on motorola razr 40 ultra to stay connected while on the go.

Introducing a new set of Motorola AI concepts
Motorola understands the importance of personalisation for consumers and continues  to be committed to exploring how AI can enhance device customisation, to provide users with a truly one-of-a-kind experience. Motorola has developed a generative AI model that runs locally on the device to allow users to extend their personal style to their phone. With this concept, users can upload or capture a picture of their outfit to produce multiple unique AI-generated images that reflect their style. These images can then be used as a custom wallpaper on their device.

Lenovo is developing a personal assistant for both PCs and smartphones. The AI model is designed to never stop learning and has a foundational model uniquely personalised to the user while still protecting their privacy. The model is also designed to have a knowledge base that adapts to patterns and usage with natural voice or text interaction capabilities. 

The MotoAI concept is an innovative approach to the latest trend in AI with large language models (LLMs). Users can engage with their personal MotoAI assistant to answer questions, draft messages, schedule tasks, and so much more. While most LLMs run cloud-based operations, MotoAI can process data and run tasks locally on-device, offering users enhanced data privacy. MotoAI also features an on-device knowledge base where the user’s patterns and preferences inform their experience, making it more dynamic, personal, and helpful over time.

2.0 Mobile Doc Scan
Recognising the growing demand for real-time document scanning on the go, Motorola has introduced an AI concept model that enhances the Doc Scanner capability currently integrated in Motorola camera systems. This innovation aims to improve final image quality by minimising wrinkles and shadows to ensure documents or images appear as crisp and clear as possible.

AI Text Summarization

Motorola is dedicated to helping users boost productivity through various applications and solutions. The AI Text Summarisation, takes longform chats, emails, or reports, and distils them down to key messages for quick and easy comprehension.

Privacy Content Obfuscation

Motorola’s Privacy Content Obfuscation concept leverages AI to seamlessly protect user information and privacy by intelligently identifying and blurring areas containing profile pictures and names in social posts.

Looking into the future

Motorola has unveiled four AI concepts that promise to redefine consumers’ daily experiences. From generative AI wallpapers that breathe life into the device’s screen, to advanced AI privacy features like blurring out sensitive information, and even the magic touch of transforming crinkled receipts into pristine documents, its clear convenience is at the forefront of innovation. Moreover, with the ability to effortlessly summarise notes, emails, and chats, Motorola continues to forge ahead in its mission to deliver innovative, on-the-go solutions that enhance mobility, pocketability, and overall ease for consumers.

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