Meizu has been teasing their portless phone for a few days now and today officially launched the device.
The Meizu Zero has zero headphone jacks, charging ports, SIM card slots, speaker grills or even buttons. The only actual holes are for the reset button and a tiny hole for the Microphone. The speaker is replaced by an active 5.99 inch QHD OLED screen that can also transmit sound. The screen also acts as a fingerprint reader, but the front-facing camera is actually placed in a large top bezel. Buttons are replaced by pressure-sensitive haptic areas on the screen.
The sleek handset is only 7.8 mm thick but still packs dual 12 MP and 20 MP rear cameras. The device is IP68 water and dust resistant.
The device, of course, packs all the important wireless standards, including Bluetooth 5.0, and interestingly Wireless USB 3 for file transfers. The handset charges via 18W wireless charging and is powered by a Snapdragon 845 processor.
The Meizo Zero is launching in China and due to its eSIM technology will only be available on carriers which support the technology.
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