Late last month, some images of Meizu smartwatch leaked, revealing leather straps and metal casing. Now, another image leak of the wearable has surfaced online, showing the back of the device.
Aside from metal casing and leather straps, the latest image also reveals a Meizu logo on the back. The design revealed by this new leak is broadly similar to the one revealed by the previous leak, except for the number of control buttons on the side.
As for specs, from what has been rumored so far, the wearable will be powered by Intelís Rockchip RK6321 with dual-core Cortex A5 processor. Sadly, nothing else is known at the moment.
The watch was expected to be made official yesterday, but that clearly didn't happen, although given the image leaks, it'd be reasonable to assume that it's coming sooner than later.
What's the point to wear a mobile phone and charge it every day? You can use stationary phone at home and you're pockets will be free!
What's the point to wear a watch which needs charging everyday without anything a mobile phone could not do for it and may even do for it better?