Today Lenovo showed off a brand new video for a foldable concept tablet called the Folio.

The concept tablet was first revealed at Tech World last year and this year they showed it off once again at the 2017 edition of the Tech World event, from which the guys over at MSPowerUser released a new video of the tablet that looks just like a normal tablet but with a display that can be folded in half.

It is an idea that has been played with for some time now.

A number of manufacturers have been working on foldable display designs and it is widely thought that this will be how we interact with our devices in the future because it allows for greater customisability and better capabilities.

MSPowerUser says that this new Lenovo tablet will have a display that can be folded down from 7.8-inches to 5.5-inches that has a 1,920 x 1,440-pixel resolution and all with a Qualcomm Xia Long 800 processor.

And all of that reportedly comes with Android 7.0 pre-installed.

We don’t have details about when we might see this in the real-world, however, we will be sure to update should we hear more.

In the meantime, you can check it out in the video below from MSPowerUser.

You can read more about it at the source link below.

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