Meizu Zero arrives, the first smartphone on the market free of perforations in its unibody 3D body.
This mobile phone has no slots or ports, so in addition to not having a port for headphones, which is quite common in the market, also has no port for charging, no physical buttons for volume or power, and even no SIM tray or speakers.
This is a rather risky bet of the chinese manufacturer, changing the physical buttons for virtual buttons that will be activated by capacitive sensors.
It also proposes eSIM to be able to connect to the Internet via mobile data, the 18W wireless charge, and even an electric transducer that converts its 5.99 AMOLED screen into a loudspeaker. In addition, it also has fingerprint sensor also integrated into the screen.
As for the processor has the SoC Snapdragon 845. Other data known at the moment are that it has a dual system of rear cameras 20MP and 12MP, while the front camera is only 20MP.
It is also a phone with IP68 certification resistant to dust and water, also having the back made of glass. The features of RAM and internal storage are unknown, as is the battery capacity. Neither its price nor the markets where it will be destined, although it does not seem cheap.