In a brilliant new ‘iPhone X’ concept sponsored by Computer Bild, designer Martin Hajek has imagined a completely revamped 10th anniversary iPhone, featuring a reinforced glass chassis with a stainless steel metal frame, and an edge-to-edge display that has no bezels on the top and bottom. FaceTime camera, Touch ID, speaker and other sensors are also embedded right into its 5.8-inch OLED display.
The iPhone X in the COMPUTER BILD edition is an eye-catcher: it’s flatter, more chic – and the XXL screen with similar compact dimensions already a display giant! The screen, which is slightly rounded to the outside, covers nearly the entire front of the smart phone – only the upper of the two stereo speakers and the front camera are given a small black frame. The traditional home button disappears – but only at first glance. In all important living conditions the helping circle with integrated fingerprint sensor appears as usual, but in virtual form. The dual-camera known by the iPhone 7 Plus remains, but does not stick out now. [via Google Translate]
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