HTC Fusion Concept Sports Dual Cameras & Stereo Speakers

A new concept smartphone has surfaced on the ‘Designed by Hege’ website, and this time around, we’re looking at one of HTC-branded smartphones, the HTC Fusion. Needless to say, this is just an imaginary smartphone, but it does sport a really interesting design. The source shared not only a number of images of the device, but also a video that shows off this concept smartphones.

The designer says that the HTC Fusion “is a mix between old and new modern design”, as it combines the design of the HTC One, and some more modern designs of the company, and in general. The moment you lay your eyes on the phone, you will notice that it has a rather interesting-looking camera bump on the back, that space is quite wide, and it hosts not only the phone’s cameras, but two dual-LED flash sensors, which is quite interesting. On top of all that, a Laser Autofocus sensor is also included under that glass. The phone is made out of metal and glass, while HTC’s logo is included on the back. You will find HTC’s logo on the front of the device as well, below the display, while a set of dual speakers is also included on the phone. An LED flash is included on the phone’s front side as well, while the phone sports a 5.7-inch display. A fingerprint scanner is included under the display, and a LED notification light sits on the bottom right side.

The device is shown in several color variants (black, white, gray and silver) in the video provided down below, and as you can see, its bezels are not exactly the thinnest around, which is an interesting choice by the designer. A power / lock key is included on the left-hand side of the device, while you will notice its volume up and down buttons on the right. That is pretty much all the info that the source released, just keep in mind that this is just a concept phone, it will not be released by the company.

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