As teased earlier, Meizu today unveiled the Meizu ZERO smartphone in China. The company claims it to be the world’s first holeless smartphone. To achieve that, Meizu also unveiled some innovative features. According to the company, the device development started 2 years ago and includes 75 patented technologies. The Meizu ZERO lacks the sim card slot, USB port, hardware buttons, and also the speaker grill.
Instead, the company has opted for the eSIM technology, wireless USB technology, virtual pressure buttons, and mSound 2.0 ScreenSound. Talking about the build quality, the device comes with one piece unibody design with curved edges. With the mSound 2.0 technology, the display also acts a speaker on this device. For the display, the company is using the flexible OLED display with curved edges on either side.
It comes powered by 10nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Mobile Platform and comes with LPDDR4X RAM. In terms of optics, the Meizu ZERO comes with Sony’s IMX380 + IMX350 dual camera setup on the rear and a 20MP single selfie camera on the front. The device also sports an in-display fingerprint sensor and supports face recognition. It is also IP68 certified for water and dust resistance.
Since there is no USB port for charging, the company introduced the Super Wireless mCharge that offers up to 18W fast charging. It comes with Bluetooth 5.0 support and runs on Flyme 7 adaptive UI. Since it is still a concept device, there is no information over the pricing and availability. Stay tuned on PhoneRadar for more details!