What will the iPhone X2 look like? – Sliding Camera at the Top

The next flagship phone from Apple did not receive a name yet so we are still unsure whether we should call it iPhone X2 or iPhone XI as the company kept its mouth shut. However, we got excited by the concept from Antonio de Rosa, the popular designer, of how the phone should function and look. The newest addition to the iPhone X2 is a slider to lift the camera.

Sliders Not New to Phones

Not more than a decade ago phones used to have a slider at the bottom that would reveal the keyboard. Now as every phone manufacturing is focusing on getting rid of everything that can make the display of their phones smaller, models like Oppo Find X and  Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 use sliding mechanisms to hide the cameras. In the concept designed by de Rosa, the slide is located in the back panel, and it lifts the rear cameras so they can take pictures.

Several Specifications Added to the Concept Design

What we can see from the video provided is that the iPhone X2 concept phone sports a  Super Retina display with a high pixel density of 458ppi and a screen resolution of 3000 x 1386 pixels. The cameras which are held by the slider will appear in just 0.15 seconds responding to a switch. Within the Apple logo, there is a fingerprint sensor hidden on the rear panel.

The color of the phone is also attractive as it features a double tone effect.

What you should keep in mind is that this design might not be accepted by the manufacturer and that this is only how the artist would like the phone to look like. Apple has hundreds of designs to choose from, so we can’t get attached to this one.

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