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Apple Concept Design iPhone Slide Pro with 18K Rose Gold and Triple Rear Camera | IPhone with dual slide screen shown on social media, becomes a two-screen phone as soon as it slides

  • The second screen comes out from the back side of the iPhone as soon as the slide
  • Triple rear camera is setup in its back side

Dainik Bhaskar

Feb 24, 2020, 07:48 PM IST

Gadget desk. Social media influencer Evan Crystal has shared a video of the iPhone on his Twitter handle. The special thing of the video is that it has an iPhone with slide screen. It has two screens. He tweeted ‘slide-able iPhone?’ Has also given a caption of. It is being claimed in the video that this is a prototype model of the iPhone. That is, such an iPhone can be launched in the future. However, the video of this phone is also present on Instagram and YouTube.

Slide iPhone shown on Instagram for the first time

This iPhone with slide and dual screen was first shared on Instagram by New York user bat.not.bad on November 12, 2019. The user described it as the concept design of the iPhone Slide Pro. Also, called this phone 18K Rose Gold variant. A day later i.e. on November 13, 2019, the video of this phone was also seen on YouTube. Although, Apple has never mentioned such an iPhone, but recently the company has patented a dual-screen iPhone.

What do you see in slide iphone?

This iPhone has a full view display screen. Sliding the screen to the right side leads to a smaller screen from the back side. In which the camera and gallery icons are visible. When the phone is held horizontally, the screen slides upwards, then the screen moves up and a new screen appears from the bottom. That is, it becomes a dual screen phone. The user can do different work on both screens. Apple logo is given in the back side of the phone. It has a triple rear camera.

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