This iPhone X concept features 3D camera and edge to edge OLED display


Every single day, a whole bunch of new rumors and purported leaked images of the upcoming iPhone 8 pop up on the internet. With the near bezel-less display being this year’s selling point for smartphones, we don’t expect Apple to deviate from that too much. However, the exact design of the new iPhone is anybody’s guess. But we’ve come across some very interesting concept designs that have tried to interpret how the device should look based on the leaked information. Concept artist Imran Taylor’s interpretation of the much-awaited 10th anniversary iPhone builds upon the design philosophy of Apple and incorporates the expected features beautifully into the concept.

Imran has named the concept “iPhone X” and it features a 5.8 inch OLED edge to edge display and a liquid metal frame. With a thickness of just 6.9mm, the iPhone X has a dual-camera set-up at the back that is capable of clicking 3D photos. The design looks quite similar to the iPhone 4 thanks to the metal chassis and all-glass rear end. But the phone has been reinforced with high-quality Gorilla Glass on the front and back to make it shatterproof.

For ease of use, a lower bezel secondary display has been worked into the design which gives the user quick access to apps and notifications when the screen is off. The thin metal frame surrounding the phone can be optioned in gunmetal black, silver, gold or rose. You can have a look at the rest of the details by clicking here.

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