ZTE was likely thinking two is always better than one, when developing their new conceptual phone and deciding whether to add two notches. The ZTE Iceberg, as it is referred to, has a top On the top and bottom, based on renders shared by WinFuture, leaving the remainder as an edge-to border display. The bottom notch contains the phone’s front facing speaker, whereas the upper part contains the camera itself, the sensor for ambient lighting, and a listener for phone calls. ZTE does not stop the experiment there. Weirdly enough, the Iceberg additionally has raised edges of glass on every corner that give the telephone a more aerodynamic look than the normal smartphone.

It can make the telephone look somewhat like it belongs in a museum as a futuristic artifact or like it is encased in ice, thus the name Iceberg. More conventionally, the ZTE Iceberg has double rear cameras and a fingerprint sensor on the trunk. It also has a port for a smart connector, which could possibly turn the telephone in a boombox or a zoom camera, just like you may do to some Moto Z telephone through Moto Mods. The telephone might come next year, but there is no guarantee that it’ll ever become more than merely a concept.