It appears that ZTE is thinking that if consumers love having a notch on their smartphone, they will absolutely adore having two notches. Renders of a concept model with the name ZTE Iceberg have surfaced, and they show that the dual-notched device carries a notch at the top and the bottom of the display (when held in portrait orientation). The top notch contains the front-facing selfie snapper along with the earpiece and sensors for distance and light. The bottom notch carries only a second speaker, which allows the Iceberg to offer stereo sound. The casing on the four corners of the phone is transparent, and is a bit more squared off than the rounded corners under the see-through material.
While there are no leaked specs to pass along, we can see that the concept phone does have a dual-camera setup on back, and the fingerprint scanner is also located on the rear of the phone. And underneath the ZTE logo, we can see some pin connectors that could be used for a variety of reasons, possibly including the attachment of modular accessories.
Unless ZTE changes its mind, like Vivo did by deciding to mass produce its Apex concept phone
, don't expect the Iceberg to be made available to consumers anytime soon.
Render of the ZTE Iceberg concept phone shows a notch at the top (right) and another one at the bottom of the screen
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