ZTE probably thought "two is always better than one" when he designed his new concept phone, and decided to add two notches. The ZTE Iceberg, as it is called, has a notch at the top and bottom, according to the renders shared by WinFuture, leaving the rest as an edge-to-edge screen. The bottom notch contains the front speaker of the phone, while the top notch contains a selfie camera, an ambient light sensor and a telephone handset.
ZTE does not stop the experiment there. Interestingly, the Iceberg also has raised glass edges at each corner that give the phone a more angular appearance than the typical smartphone. It makes the phone look a bit like it belonged to a museum as a futuristic artifact or as if it were encased in ice, hence the name of Iceberg.
More conventionally, the ZTE Iceberg has two rear cameras and a fingerprint sensor on the back. It also has a port for a smart connector, which could possibly turn the phone into a boombox or zoom camera, as you can do on a Moto Z phone through Moto Mods. The phone can come next year, but there is no guarantee that it will be more than a simple concept.