“...based on a current folding configuration of the device, the UI may be a panorama UI, a desktop UI, an application UI, a web browser UI, an alarm clock UI, a mediaplayer UI, or some other UI.”
So basically, this little gadget would be able to switch roles automatically based on how it was folded. Can you imagine a cooler product? One of the speculative drawings even diagrams a computer that would fold into an L shape, with the bottom-most fold automatically displaying a keyboard. Obviously, we're a good 5 years away from something like this being practical, but it's neat to see where Qualcomm sees the future taking us.
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