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ZTE Iceberg: a big deal for design geeks and notch debaters

ZTE Iceberg: a big deal for design geeks and notch debaters ZTE Iceberg: a big deal for design geeks and notch debaters
Theresa Hayes | 10 April, 2018, 20:32

The top notch hosts a front camera, as well as distance and brightness sensors and an earpiece.

The ZTE Iceberg looks to be an impressive feat of engineering and design.

However, we don't know the exact date of the launch of ZTE Iceberg, but it is to be expected that the phone may come next year.

However you feel about this new concept phone, don't expect it to hit the market anytime soon.

Dubbed the "ZTE Iceberg", we're getting a glimpse at what appears to be an Android phone with not one but two notches, and glass adornment to the chassis, according to renders shared by iF Design World Guide.

ZTE, one of the well-known smartphone makers around the world, has a concept for its next smartphone and it challenges the likes of all other smartphones with a notch.

ZTE wants to show the world that it is more ambitious about notches than its compatriots.

Rounding out the phone are dual cameras on the back, a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, and some sort of smart connector that could allow for ZTE's own take on Motorola's Moto Mods.

Additionally, there seems to additional glass protrusions jutting out from the edges of the device. As we explained earlier, the glass protrudes out of the frame and adds to the looks of this phone. Also, don't worry, the phone is equipped with wireless charging technology.

The handset utilizes a glass sandwich design meant to resemble an ice fragment, with all of its four corners being fully transparent, thus giving the impression of a device encapsulated in a sheet of ice, whereas the "true" corners of the handset are curved in a rather aggressive manner.

The design entry also reveals that the smartphone is destined to launch after 2018 and it will have a development time of 13-24 months.