Meizu has been making headlines over the last few weeks as the company announced plans to release up to six new devices in just the first quarter of 2018. While the Meizu M6S has already passed through TENAA certifications, we are now getting a better look at the company’s “anniversary” device with the Meizu 15 Plus.
A new render found on Weibo gives us a sneak peek at what the Meizu 15 Plus will look like, showing off a bezel-less design, along with the rear camera setup. When zooming in on the image shared above, you can see that Meizu will be implementing a notch at the top of the display, which will house the front-facing camera.
The rest of the device will likely be all screen, giving users as much screen real-estate as possible for interacting with the new device, save for a small bezel at the bottom. As for the rear, you can see a vertically-placed dual-camera setup, with a 10-LED dual-tone flash, but there does not appear to be a fingerprint scanner.
We could see the fingerprint scanner mounted on that bottom bezel on the front of the Meizu 15 Plus, but there’s also a chance we could see the scanner included on the side of the frame. Unfortunately, there’s not much else to go off of here from these renders.
Other rumored specs for the Meizu 15 Plus include the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset, but the smaller Meizu 15 is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 660. Pricing for this device is expected to start around $450, and the device is likely to be unveiled in March of 2018, as Meizu will be celebrating 15 years in the business.
Let us know what you think about this device, and if you would be interested to see more OEM’s implement the notch at the top of the display in order to bring more screen real-estate.