iPhone 5’ish Likes Your Fingerprints

The iPhone5 concept by Zeki Ozek suggests using a fingerprint scanner instead of home button. You can assign your fingerprints for opening apps. Swipe your finger twice for background working apps and of course use your fingerprint for NFC payments and app store purchases. It looks similar to the iPhone 4 except squattier (sic) – cute chubby little thing. I’m 100% sure the real iPhone 5 won’t integrate any of these features but that brings up the question, why aren’t any of the major smartphone makers using biometric sensors?

Designer: Zeki Ozek


  • Truthiness says:

    If you’re going to eliminate the home button why make the phone smaller? Make the screen bigger.

  • rhe says:

    What I really don’t get is why people even bother to make those ‘new iPhone’ concepts. Total waste of time. Please, please, don’t do it.

  • Mr.Floppy says:

    Same resolution, no fragmentation, like Android.

  • Jade Doel says:

    Love the addition of the vol/shoulder buttons and the back scroll wheel.
    I have no issues with the finger scanner. I think this is quite a genius concept.

    Well done!

  • Jason Wang says:

    I absolutely love the size of the thing. It’s like a quality made Palm WebOS phone.
    “Why aren’t any of the major smartphone makers using biometric sensors?” IIRC The Motorola Atrix on AT&T has a fingerprint scanner as the unlock button. It’s a bit finicky though. Apparently the Atrix 2 won’t have it, which is sad. I thought it was really cool.

  • Carsti says:

    Fingerprint readers are not the best idea for Alaska. 🙂

  • tacky narwhal says:

    nicely done. seems more of a comfortable phone. great idea with the finger print sensor. love it

  • Muneeb says:

    We want A6 chipset with 3D IC technology , and Futuristic i phone 5 Look . We want some futuristic look in apple iphone , Thats why we pay loot of money to apple should bring some new thing to people and have to make life smarter ;
    i know just apple can make better futuristic looking So techi device from others

  • Jimmy C says:

    Hmm. How hard would it be to reregister the thing? It might be a good idea for government workers, but it’s too complicated for civilians.

  • @joseluiszum says:

    IN this case smaller are better lol…

  • @joseluiszum says:

    yes its same just smaller

  • DeDee says:

    i know its a concept but i would buy one

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