Chinese telephone manufacturer ZTE seems to be doubling down on the controversial notch design in an ambitious-looking smartphone concept uncovered right this moment.
Dubbed the ‘ZTE Iceberg’, we’re getting a glimpse at what seems to be an Android telephone with not one however two notches, and glass adornment to the chassis, in keeping with renders shared by iF Design World Guide.
This can be a first. Sure, we have seen show notches displaying up on smartphones first with the Essential Phone and iPhone X, and now they’re popping up all over the place.
However the ZTE ‘Iceberg’ design features a prime and backside notch, and it finally ends up being one of the crucial bezel-less designs we have seen from a smartphone.
ZTE goes additional with its ‘Iceberg’ design, making the telephone chassis a single glass unibody. The glass corners of the telephones are clear, which give the aesthetics a clear, pure-as-ice look.
Buyers should not anticipate to get their palms on this design too quickly, although, as the discharge date particulars point out ‘after 2018’ with 13-24 months of growth.
Nonetheless, ZTE has already proven it could actually make an excellent commonplace telephone with the Axon 7, and check out a flawed, however novel smartphone design with the dual-screen Axon M.
If it could actually marry these two positives collectively into one next-generation telephone that appears one thing just like the ZTE Iceberg, it could have a winner.
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