Meizu E2 leaked on TENAA last month and the company already started handing out press invites for the device's launch. Someone on Weibo even got his hands on the phone one week in advance and posted a video on the social media.
The 10-second teaser reveals the device sports USB-C port and a 3.5mm audio jack on the bottom, while there's a home button on the front that probably doubles as a fingerprint scanner.
Interestingly enough, the camera setup on the back is in the upper-left corner which differs from the official press render we saw last week and from the images that appeared on TENAA in late March.
There are two takeouts of the video - either Meizu is going to surprise us with two versions of the device, or someone just slapped the company’s logo on the back of a phone and trying to rake all the views from a fishy leak.
Video showing top corner camera but in post pic shows center camera...wrong info?
Meizu paving the way for dual camera phone without making it seem like a copy of another phone by bringing out this intermediate one.
Love your phone's. Good luck meizu.