Last month ZTE filed a patent for a smartphone with dual punch-hole cameras. And now, this Chinese phone maker has filed another patent for a smartphone rocking a slider design and two selfie cameras.
The front glass of the handset itself doesn't house the selfie cameras, as they are revealed when you slide the screen down. Sliding it up uncovers what looks like a speaker grille. Perhaps room for some extra controls?
Around the back, the phone has a dual camera setup placed vertically in the upper-left corner, with the flash located right below. There's also an oval-shaped fingerprint scanner further down below in the center.
The smartphone has a volume rocker and power key on its right side and the SIM card slot on the left. At the top is the headphone jack, with the USB-C port and primary microphone located at the bottom.
It remains to be seen if ZTE goes on to make this smartphone a reality, or if it just remains on paper as a drawing.