One of them involves a tab on the side of the phone
In the quest for a true bezel-less, notch-free display, phone manufacturers currently implement either a pop-up front camera, a sliding mechanism, or a dual display to keep the phone’s front display as seamless as possible.
ZTE, for their part, is experimenting on two new designs for its bezel-less phone. The first concept—called the Axon V—has a tab on the right side of the phone, where the 3D camera setup is found.
The Axon V has a 6.8-inch OLED panel with a 21:9 aspect ratio similar to Sony’s Xperia 1. Because of the tall display and bezel-less look, the tab also serves as an additional grip for handling the phone. In addition, ZTE claims that the tab also frees up space inside the phone for components like a bigger battery. The Axon V has the usual flagship features like an in-display fingerprint scanner, metal and glass build, and a dual rear camera setup.
The second concept—called the Axon S—employs a side sliding panel housing a triple rear camera setup, dual front camera setup, and necessary sensors. The triple rear camera setup consists of a 48-megapixel main camera, 16-megapixel secondary camera, and a telephoto camera with 5x optical zoom.
What are your thoughts on both concepts?