Meizu is celebrating a big milestone in 2018 - 15 years since the company was founded back in 2003. To properly mark the occasion, it's preparing to launch a couple of new smartphones, aptly named Meizu 15 and Meizu 15 Plus, respectively.
These have been leaking at a steady pace in the past few weeks, and today we get three more hands-on images showing them.
As you can see, the Plus model will be unsurprisingly Plus-sized. For both it and the Meizu 15, the front-facing camera is centered above the screen, while the bottom bezel houses a round Home button. The devices have an all-metal build, and their dual rear cameras are vertically aligned in the upper-middle part. Under them is Meizu's classic ring-shaped LED flash.
The Meizu 15 Plus will allegedly sport a 5.95-inch QHD touchscreen, 12 MP + 20 MP resolution for those rear cameras, a 20 MP selfie snapper, and a 3,430 mAh battery. At the helm we'll see Samsung's Exynos 8895 SoC, paired with 4/6 GB of RAM and 64/128 GB of storage depending on which exact variation you buy.
The smaller Meizu 15 comes with a 5.46-inch 1080p display, and might be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660. The RAM/storage options are the same as for its bigger sibling, but the battery capacity takes a hit because of the size constraints - it's 2,940 mAh in the Meizu 15.
A lower-end Meizu 15 Lite may join the two when they get officially outed before the end of this month. Oddly enough, the follow-up Meizu 16 "ultra-flagship" series will apparently come in August, according to Huang Zhang, the company's founder.