Live images of the Meizu 15 Plus have surfaced
Meizu is set to release a new premium device within the next few months. The device, the 15 Plus, will be a special release in commemoration of the company's 15-year anniversary. The company may not be at the top of the game but it's seen growth from a minor MP3 player-producing brand to becoming one of the biggest smartphone companies in the world.
The 15 Plus could be accompanied by a regular Meizu 15, but details of the latter are few and far between. Renders of the 15 Plus surfaced last week and, this time, live images of the device have also leaked. Going by the leaked images, the device will feature a screen-to-body ratio similar to Xiaomi's Mi Mix, with minimal bezels.
The devices, like all premium devices these days, will feature dual rear cameras, with a 10-LED flash providing spunk for low-light shots. There's no fingerprint sensor in sight, however. Not on the side as seen on the new Meizu M6s, or at the front—like with the usual mBack button. Meizu has been said to be working with MediaTek towards creating a facial recognition system that will rival Apple's Face ID, so there's a chance we could see that here.
The device will likely launch next month, and with a price tag in the US$500 range.