Video: Huawei P11 X Concept Phone Resembles The iPhone X

The Huawei P11 is one of the most anticipated handsets of next year, and while we’re waiting for this handset to launch, which should happen in the first quarter of 2018, let’s take a look at a new Huawei P11 concept that just surfaced. The name of this concept smartphones is the Huawei P11 X, and it was designed and released on YouTube by Concept Creator, a YouTube channel which releases such concept designs quite frequently. It’s worth noting that this is not a leak or anything of the sort, and chances are that the real Huawei P11 will not resemble this handset all that much.

The Huawei P11 X concept phone is made out of metal and glass, it seems, and it sports an iPhone X-like notch, though this notch is considerably smaller than the one on the iPhone X. The Huawei P11 X concept handset comes with a trio of cameras on the back (they are vertically aligned), and it seems like three cameras are included on the phone’s front side as well. On the back of the phone, you’ll also find a dual-LED, dual-tone flash, and a laser autofocus. The device sports chamfered edges, and it also features a bezel-less design, only that notch is ruining the experience to a degree. All of the physical keys are made out of metal, and are located on the right side of this smartphone, though there are four of them there, not three. The phone’s power / lock key comes with a different texture than the rest of the buttons, while below it lie the volume up and volume down keys. At the very bottom of the phone’s right-hand side, you’ll notice a dedicated camera key, which is not something we see on smartphones all that often anymore.

The bottom part of the phone features a Type-C USB port, while you will also notice a set of interestingly-designed loudspeaker grills. A 3.5mm headphone jack is also included in the Huawei P11 X, and it sits at the top of the device. Concept Creator has shown off three color variants of its concept smartphone in this video, Black, Blue and Red models, and if you’d like to check out the whole video, we’ve embedded it down below.

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