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Your smartwatch can turn into a tab!

09-07-201909-07-2019 16:07:59 IST
2019-07-09T10:37:59.537Z09-07-2019 2019-07-09T10:37:56.486Z - - 17-07-2019

Your smartwatch can turn into a tab!


Technology always finds new ways to surprise us. Here is news which will not just surprise you but can also solve a lot of your issues. IBM has recently unveiled a smartwatch patent idea which when wrapped out from our wrist can turn out as big as a Tab. Surprised? Yes, it is absolutely true and the patent rights are already registered by IBM.

According to a reveal by Boy Genius Report, a tech-based website, the said patent was filed three years ago and now LetsGoDigital, a Dutch tech news site has grabbed the chance to release the details of the smartwatch and its features. The site stated that IBM smartwatch is similar to the existing ones in the market but with a stunning look. There are seven auxiliary screens that are hidden from view below the primary display. All eight displays measure 2 x 3 inches and when pulled out, they form the size of a smartphone which basically gives you a 4 x 6-inch display on your wrist. IBM always launches the impossible like it had unveiled a prototype that ran on Linux OS, way before Android Wear OS was imaginable. Even the techie world is also wondering whether the patented right really takes the real world shape or not.

While foldable smartphones are gaining the present day attention, A smartwatch turning out to be a tab is really an out of the box innovation. The giant Tech CEOs have already predicted that most of the wearables can turn out as smart devices in the future.

Sharat Bhamidi

With 5 years of experience in Digital Media, Sharat Bhamdi specialises in creating content for webistes, developing ad campaigns and social media campaigns. At NewsSting, he handles the video division where he brings in content through feature videos and interviews.
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