Meizu is planning to commemorate its 15 years of operation with an anniversary phone, called Meizu 15 Plus. We’ve already seen plenty of leaks, but now the phone arrived in its first live images. The phone will come with non-existent bezels on three sides and a tiny one on the top to make room for the earpiece and the front camera.
The back panel of the Meizu 15 Plus is occupied with a dual-cam setup and a 10-LED flash, already seen in the Meizu Pro 6 Plus. Interestingly enough, there is no side-mounted fingerprint scanner like the one in the Meizu M6s, nor is there any sensor on the front or back.
The Chinese company may incorporate an under-display solution, or more likely will emphasize on Face Unlock that became popular once again after Apple implemented it in the iPhone X.
Specs of the anniversary phone are scarce, but the price tag is rumored to be CNY2,999 for a vanilla Meizu 15 and CNY3,499 for the Meizu 15 Plus (between $450 and $530).
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