Motorola Aura 12 Years After – New Motorola Revolve

Motorola Aura 12 Years After - New Motorola Revolve

Sometimes new is well forgotten old and this applies to gadgets as well. Let us show you creative smartphone concept that Carota Design created based on a strangly looking Motorola Aura phone that debuted nearly 12 years ago. The Aura sported a circular screen, a revolving front, and a strange camera cutout at the back. The conceptual Motorola Revolve follows pretty much the same format, but ditches the circular screen and keyboard for two flexible OLED touchscreen displays.

capsule-shaped smartphone

Its iconic shape is perfect for the mid-range smartphone market needs. The Revolve is clearly not a flagship. You couldn’t possibly browse the internet effectively on it or watch a Netflix movie on a screen with such massively rounded corners. You could, however, craft a budget UI that uses and respects the capsule-shaped screen well, just like how smartwatches with circular screens have a bespoke UI. You could use this UI to provide basic features like video calling, Facebook browsing, messaging, and a pretty capable voice assistant, while essentially offering it as one of the most radically different budget-phones on the market. It wouldn’t require any over-engineering either, like those expensive folding smartphones. Besides, a leather finish on the back and a dual rear-camera setup makes the Motorola Revolve concept hella interesting, from all angles!

motorola revolve concept

new motorola aura

modern rotating phone

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motorola revolve

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