Unlike other smartphones, the Gravity Phone was designed to embrace complete symmetry, meaning that it’s always the right side up no matter how users hold it. One the back, there’s a centrally-located camera, similar to traditional cameras in that the shutter button is located up top when in landscape mode. Instead of a home button, the handset relies on facial recognition technology using two front-facing cameras, located on each of the top / bottom bezels. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
“To make the phone just a bit more unique, its side edges are touch sensitive too, allowing you to scroll without having your finger on the screen, blocking the content you’re reading. Speaking of the screen, Gravity implements the 3D screen feature we saw with Amazon’s Fire phone. How does it do that? Using the two front facing cameras to gauge and depth sense your face and point of vision,” according to Yanko Design.