This week was filled all kinds of new technology as Lenovo held their Tech World 2016 conference yesterday morning. The showstopper was undoubtedly the Lenovo PHAB2 Pro, the world's first smartphone powered by the Tango technology, but there were also two more PHAB2 phones in the lineup that were announced alongside it, including the PHAB2 and the PHAB2 Plus, both of which are being aimed at lower ends of the market and naturally coming at lower prices than the $500 PHAB2 Pro. For some, the most exciting thing showcased yesterday will be the devices coming from Motorola.
Motorola officially announced the Moto Z yesterday, and alongside it, the Moto Z Force, as well as DROID Editions of both of those devices that are going to be sold exclusively on Verizon Wireless. While these phones are all impressive on their own just with the hardware and specs that are baked in, what makes them truly unique is their modularity, which is all made possible thanks to the Moto Mods accessories that can be snapped onto the back of the phones. At current there are four different Moto Mods that are going to be available, including the style mods which are essentially just swappable backs in wood, leather, and ballistic nylon, the JBL speaker mod, the projector mod, and the battery pack mod.
Of course, no one should be able to forget Lenovo's flexible tech that was put on display, which included a foldable tablet and a smartphone that had the capability to wrap around the wrist like a wearable cuff. These devices won't be available anytime soon and are just concepts, but they did work, and the idea of more of this kind of technology should sound a little bit exciting. The question is, what has you the most excited from Lenovo's event?