Joining the race of full-view display, Chinese OEM Meizu has launched the Meizu zero smartphone. Packed in a ceramic unibody, the Meizu zero is the world’s first true non-porous smartphone which means it has no holes anywhere on its body.
It is a flagship device and the interesting point in the design is that you’ll not get the headphone jack, speaker grilles, charging port or SIM card slot either. There is also no physical power button and volume control buttons.
Now let’s talk about how the Meizu zero works in the absence of above-mentioned features. The phone solely depends on wireless charging and it comes with 18W fast wireless charging support. For sound, it uses the unique mSound 2.0 screen sound technology.
The Meizu zero comes with eSIM technology and therefore the company has not given any SIM card slot. Instead of physical power and volume buttons, there are capacitive sensors on the edges, much like the HTC U12+.
Meizu zero Specifications
The Meixu zero flaunts a 5.99-inch OLED display with a 2.5D glass layer on top. It is driven by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC coupled with LPDDR4X RAM. The phone is secured with an in-display fingerprint sensor as well as face unlock feature.
The rear panel has dual 12MP Sony IMX380 + 20MP Sony IMX350 camera sensors, while the front houses a 20MP selfie senor. The phone also has an IP68 certification which makes it water and dust resistance.
Meizu zero Pricing and Availability
Right now, the company has not revealed the pricing and availability details of the Meizu zero.