Our phones many a time let us down when it comes to buttressing our style. After using them for some time, they begin to look old, break at the edges and have unavoidable scratches everywhere around the body.

To guard against scratches and breaks, some smartphone users prefer to wear their smartphones certain types of jackets.

Unfortunately, while these jackets do a good job in protecting the phone from physical damages, they end up covering the phone’s beauty.

Full metal body – protect against physical damages with style

Full metal body – the phantom 6+ has five layered metal reinforcement. PHOTO | COURTESY

Full metal body – the phantom 6+ has five layered metal reinforcement. PHOTO | COURTESY

With the release of explicit images online, TECNO fuels rumor about their next generation full metal body technology for the Phantom 6+. The design is a product of five different layers of reinforced metal to enhance durability.

Each of the different layers adds unique elements to the sturdy appearance of the device. From bottom up, the body is made up of a Nano molding seamless metal unibody, a firm fastener, a non-detachable battery design, an aluminum magnesium alloy frame and a corning gorilla glass v3.0 on the top.

Even with five layers, the Phantom 6+ is still 7.7mm slim

Even with five layers, the Phantom 6+ is still 7.7mm slim. PHOTO | COURTESY

Even with five layers, the Phantom 6+ is still 7.7mm slim. PHOTO | COURTESY

I would have expected that after bundling five different layers of metal together, the Phantom 6+ will be massive in size but that isn’t the case.

Rumors making the rounds suggest that the Phantom 6+ still maintains a model physique. Now, if the size of the Phantom 6+ is by any means 7.7mm then, I am afraid I might have to dismantle the device by the time itsofficially out in September to unravel the mystery behind hiding a 4050mAh battery in five different layers of metal.

SONY 21MP camera on board-leaked TECNO Phantom concept pictures unveils the mobile giant’s renewed focus on Ultra HD imaging.

Page 1 of 2