Gador Zeta Phone Render Brings a Very Angular Format, is Something Sony May Want to Try

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There’s angular phones and then there’s Gador Zeta Phone, a concept handset created by Kiarash Kia and managing to look quite unique even in this world of angular devices. Gador is the designer’s own brand, invented by him and envisioned by him.

We’re dealing here with a 5.3 incher with an IGZO panel upfront, that has a Full HD resolution and True Tone technology. The ticker of the newcomer is a MediaTek Helio P10 processor, with a Mali T720MP GPU. This handset has a full aluminum body, with side to side speakers and also it comes with notification light integrated within the speaker.

An interesting feat is the integration of the fingerprint scanner within the screen. On the camera front, we get a 16 MP shooter with dual LED flash and laser focus, while upfront there’s a 5 MP cam with wide angle lens and its own flash (display flash). Now, the format feels like something that mixes the Nextbit Robin, the Sharp Aquos and the Xperias somehow.

In spite of all those straight angles, the designer promises a completely ergonomic back side.

[via Kiarash Kia]

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