A Motorola rollable smartphone codenamed Felix is said to be in the works

According to a recent report, Motorola is working on a rollable smartphone codenamed Felix. The development of the rollable smartphone is said to be in its early stages. When it comes to form factor, the Motorola Felix is said to be similar to the Motorola Razr. According to reports, it will have a vertically expanding rolling display, similar to the Razr. The Moto Razr 3 smartphone, codenamed Maven, is also being developed by the company and is expected to be released in the coming months.

Motorola's rollable handset Felix is said to be a compact smartphone when not rolled out, according to 91mobiles. According to reports, the phone's display will expand vertically rather than horizontally, resulting in a taller aspect ratio. When unrolled, this model is supposed to be small and pocket-friendly, resembling a typical smartphone. The smartphone will reportedly resemble a tablet device in landscape mode once the display is installed.

The phone is still in the early stages of development, according to the report, and the company is conducting software tests on a modified Motorola Edge 30 Pro. This is due to the fact that Motorola reportedly does not yet have a working hardware prototype. According to the report, the software for the rollable phone uses a new Android 12 feature that sectionalises a single, contagious display. The Motorola rollable smartphone could take a year or more to develop, and the project could be scrapped altogether, according to the report.