Streit Phone Concept Shows that You can Add a Screen Edge to A Handset Without Curving It

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Designer Micheal Muleba is back with an interesting concept, that changes the usual idea of having a phone with side screens that are actually curved continuations of the main screen. This time the screens on the side are added as perpendicular portions of display, not curved ones.

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As you can see, this model runs Windows Phone or better said Windows 10 Mobile and it comes with a triple screen theoretically. It’s actually a dual boot device, with a 20 megapixel Pureview camera and volume controls available as touch sliders. Interestingly the back also seems to be made of glass, so we’re dealing with 4 glass pieces here, somehow…

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In spite of seeing the side glass areas as perpendicular, they’re actually sloped, which may make the grip of the device a bit less comfy, unless my eye sight is failing me. I say that any idea that expands the screen and gets rid of physical button is welcome, but still the Streit concept phone shown here has one big problem: that big Home button.

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[thanks Micheal Muleba]

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