21 February 2019
Meizu’s first holeless smartphone Zero launched last month and it went up for grabs on Indiegogo recently. We have seen it only in Meizu’s own introductory videos and official pictures but hadn’t seen it any real-life images, well only until now as a review video on the same has appeared and it’s flaunting the device from all angles.
The USP of the smartphone is, of course, its holeless profile which means it doesn’t have any ports for charging even, no volume buttons, and no headphones jack. However, there are two tiny holes for mic and that’s the reason the user who has shared the hands-on video calls it the device with a seamless unibody design rather than a holeless phone.
The smartphone comes in bright porcelain black and kiln white color. It’s IP68 certified and can survive for 30 minutes underwater. It’s powered by Snapdragon 845 processor and has a self-developed 18W wireless super fast charging technology. The device features a 5.99-inch AMOLED ultra-clear screen which covers a very large area, thanks to slimmer bezels.
The Meizu Zero supports mSound 2.0 sound technology, virtual side pressure button, the meEngine 2.0 Linear motor, eSIM virtual card, air card issuing and other technologies.
It can now be pre-ordered through Indigogo for USD 1299 with worldwide shipping and slated to be delivered by April if the crowdfunding target of $100,000 is achieved.