iPhone 8 Concept Shows Off Bezel-Less Display, In-Screen Touch ID, And More

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ConceptsiPhone published a concept video, in which they impressively show their concept of the new iPhone 8 or iPhone Edition., although its denomination is not completely clear as we refer to the iPhone that will see the light of the day at the end of 2017.

Some of these concepts of iPhone 8 are more successful than others, or simply, some like us more and others like us less. But for us to complain about not having options, now the designers Thiago M Duarte and Ran Avni have launched their particular concept of the iPhone 8 in which we can observe features like a screen without frames under which elements such as the front camera or The fingerprint reader.

The concept of the iPhone 8 presented by Thiago M Duarte and Ran Avni coincides in large measure with the series of rumors that predominate regarding this future device. In this sense, it shows a terminal almost without frames in which practically the whole front is occupied by the screen. In addition, it also picks up one of the latest rumors that speak of an “invisible” front camera, since it would be hidden behind the screen.

This concept of the iPhone 8 shows us a terminal made of glass, which would improve the sound system with four speakers, one at each corner of the device, similar to what we have seen on the iPad.

Along with the previous rumors, in this video we can also see how an OLED display of deep and intense blacks contributes to improve that experience of “all screen”, while the Touch ID is hidden behind the screen, like the frontal camera, something Which is not yet clear that will be implemented in the iPhone that Apple launches in 2017.

Finally, the video also proposes an iPhone 8 made of ceramic similar to Apple Watch, a possibility that is shuffled, but does not have too many options.

(Source: ConcpetsiPhone [YouTube])

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