Absence of these literally make the phone fully closed at all sides and make it a new experience for people using it. Let’s check in detail on the specifications of the phone and how this innovation was achieved.
· 5.99-inch sized flexible OLED display with Optical In-Display Fingerprint sensor
· Qualcomm Snapdragon 845Octa-core processor
· 12MP +20MP Dual Rear Camera and 20MP front camera for Selfie
· Android Oreo withFlyme7UI
The details on the amount of RAM, Storage and battery size is not clear. However, being a no holes phone the device comes with 18W wireless charging capability. For data transfers, the latest Bluetooth 5.0 Low Energy technology will be used. One can also use the Wi-Fi direct feature for transfers as well.
The microphone is replaced by a uniquemSound2.0 screen sound technology which produces sound via the display. The volume/power physical buttons are replaced with virtual pressure-sensitive buttons and themEngine2.0 engine ensures that users get the same feel as a traditional physical button when used. Meizu Zero comes with IP68 rating where the phone can be under water for more than 2 hours without any damage.
Finally, the phone only supporteSIMfeature thereby no need for physical sim card. The price and availability details of the phone is yet to announced. Being a first of its kind, we can only see the real world experience once the device is available for masses and whether it will get a positive response. Let’s keep our fingers crossed.