The ZTE Iceberg is a concept device that has nothes at both the top and bottom of its display. There are speakers on the front of the Iceberg, so it looks like the two notches actually serve a purpose and aren't just there to take part in the notch trend.
Other notable features of the ZTE Iceberg include a unibody design that combines two pieces of glass, "which makes the phone resemble a fragment of ice", according to the iF Design site. We can see a fingerprint reader on the back of the phone as well as a dual rear camera setup, and on the front of the device is a screen with super slim bezels and rounded corners. Wireless charging is included, too.
The Iceberg is just a concept device for now, so it's unclear when or if it'll ever actually come to market. It does offer an interesting design, and while some people may be frustrated at its dual notch setup, at least ZTE has made them both useful by including speakers on the front of the device.
What do you think of the ZTE Iceberg? Would you buy one if it actually came to market?