Meizu is a Chinese based company which was famous due to its musical equipment’s. Now Meizu plans to start building Smartphones. Meizu has already developed some of the amazing smartphones. Now Meizu plans to launch a smartphone with the whole new concept and technology. Meizu is going to unveil its new smartphone which has no ports and buttons and named as Meizu Zero. The availability of Meizu Zero in Australia is not so confirmed but according to rumors and news, it is expected that this phone will be available in the mid of this year 2019.
At first glance, this device looks like just a smartphone with current features. The screen, for example, is a 5.99-inch AMOLED panel with a resolution of 2540 × 1440 pixels, thin edges and a slight curvature on the sides without any notch on the screen. Well, let’s have a look at Meizu Zero Review. Looking at the back of this camera, we see a dual back camera of 12 + 20-megapixel camera and has the front camera of 20 megapixels to capture the great selfies.
As it is looking for an ordinary phone but soon you will realize that it isn’t an ordinary phone. To start with, the Meizu Zero has built-in fingerprint reader which is not surprisingly the change that it has. There is a circle just below the dual rear camera is a ring-shaped LED flash. Then comes the absence of a USB port. To power the battery, whose capacity has not yet been revealed, the smartphone uses an 18W Super charge cordless charger. The Meizu Zero has a ceramic structure, which should facilitate recharging. On the sides of this smartphone, the buttons have been replaced by pressure sensors which are integrated into the edges of the screen that allow you to turn the unit on or off, as well as control the volume of the audio, a technology that Meizu calls mEngine 2.0.
Speaking of audio, traditional sound outputs have been replaced by a technology called mound 2.0, basically, a type of piezoelectric transducer positioned under the screen - it's as if the sound is emitted by the display. This thing makes us a lot curious. Instead of the SIM card, Meizu Zero only allows the use of eSIM (a kind of virtual chip). This also means that micro SD cards are not supported. The user will have to settle for the internal storage capacity of the device.
As Meizu uses the most innovating and interesting technology apart from that Meizu didn’t use the recent Snapdragon 855 chipset that should equip the top high-performance competitors launched in 2019, Meizu presents here the Snapdragon 845 2018 platform, still very powerful but not at the same level of handsets this year. Regarding the cameras, it uses a 20 MP front camera that is not accommodated in a drop shape, circular or wide, and two rear cameras with Sony IMX380 and IMX350 sensors, but without revealing the resolutions. This combo has already been seen in another release of the company. The Meizu 16X, which offers a resolution of 12 MP and 20 MP. Well as Meizu didn’t release any news or information about the camera so it’s quite difficult to say anything about the battery. As it doesn’t have any charging port to charge the phone.
The Meizu Zero has OLED screen with 3D cut glass on both the front panel and the rear. The display size is 5.99 inches and features Full HD + resolution with fingerprint sensor support under the screen. Well, it seems like it is an ordinary smartphone but it isn’t it has something special. With no carrier chip entry, the smartphone works with e-SIM technology that does not require a physical SIM but continues to offer the same wireless connectivity capabilities.
Thanks to the body without entries, it is easier for the manufacturer to bet on protection against water and dust, and for this reason, we see in the Meizu Zero the IP68 certification against these types of bad weather. The smartphone also arrives without physical buttons for the volume, which is replaced here by sensors that detect finger pressure in the determined region to perform the same functions.
Meizu officially announces and reviled it new and amazing smartphone which has no ports no buttons. Meizu Zero price in Australia is not confirmed yet but according to its specifications, it is expected that this phone will not lie in midrange smartphones.
As far as the availability of Meizu Zero release date in Australia is concerned, Meizu hasn’t released any information about the price and release date of this amazing stunning smartphone which isn’t an ordinary smartphone.
Whereas every smartphone is busy in building a smartphone with the big screen or with the high resolution of the camera. But Meizu thinks something big and different which changes the whole structure of the smartphone. As Meizu is planning to launch a smartphone without any port any hole and any button making it a pure waterproof and dust proof smartphone. It doesn’t have the power button, volume button or the charging port this is defiantly going to be something amazing in the world of smartphones.