We find it refreshing to see a new concept phone that doesn’t adopt a big brand design every once in a while. For example today we came across the SVPER concept smartphone, created by Rafal Czaniecki.
This is a handset focused on minimalism, but also on individualism. It packs an ultra smooth screen, that covers up the entire front side. This frameless display is actually the selling point here, since it has the fingerprint scanning mechanism integrated within. The front camera is also well hidden within the front panel and there’s an extra bit of technology you may find very useful here.
The SVPER has a series of micro tunnels that create small bumps on the screen for improved interaction and 3D-like interactivity. The phone has a wide variety of textured, customizable and interchangeable inlays, letting users room for customizing the back, in gold, black and silver versions. With an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner hidden behind the screen and Tactus technology, this would make an excellent indie phone coming out of nowhere to be the next big thing.
[via Yanko Design]