The Moxi Group in China is introducing a device that doubles up as a smartphone and a smartwatch. It has a bendable touchscreen that can wrap around a user's wrist. When unraveled, it works like a smartphone.
The device uses graphene for its bendy characteristic.
It's the thinnest material in the world, and is made of carbon atoms arranged in a highly conductive way.
Moxi plans on putting 100,000 of this device on China's market by end of the year.
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