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Eloise Marshall
April 10, 2018

These notches aren't just for looks, though, as ZTE has added speakers to the front of the Iceberg. The top-notch is where the front camera will go along with a couple of sensors as well as the earpiece. ZTE has thrown a new phone into the mix, and this one comes with two notches, yes you heard it right!

The ZTE Iceberg is now a concept device, so it's not known when or if it'll ever actually launch.

In fact, the design is so intriguing that it has made an entry into the World Design Guide to win an award.

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One of the first things you'll probably notice with the Iceberg is that the company chose to double down on the notch trend and include one on the bottom and one on the top of the display.

An upcoming smartphone from ZTE looks to take the recent trend of including notches on bezel-less handsets to a new level. Check out the Source link to see ZTE's design entry.

Besides these two major design overhauls, the Iceberg smartphone shows dual cameras at the back, a fingerprint scanner, and it is said to support wireless charging. The most notable being the notch at the top and bottom of the display. Apart from the double chin, the rounded corners are square-ized outwards with glass panel extended from the display. This is clearly a first of its kind edge-to-edge display design we've seen, but on a brighter side, there's extra screen real estate for those who value that. The four corners of the phone are transparent to reveal the essential beauty of the glass material. This is why you get white space at corner as the phone resembles to fragment of ice hence the name "Iceberg". ZTE Iceberg is said to be under development for 13-24 months and has a potential release date sometime "after 2018".

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