We had covered the Maze Alpha in a leak, way back in April when noted tipster @evleaks had tweeted about the same. The Alpha was supposed to be Maze’s second release and more importantly its first bezel-less smartphone. What we were unaware about the device then was the hardware it packed internally but now the company has officially released those details.
In a recent update on their site, Maze unveiled the complete details about the upcoming handset. The Maze Alpha would be a premium handset with a bezel-less metal chassis dominated by a 6-inch full-HD (1080 x1920) display with bezels measuring 1.8mm. The handset will come with two RAM variants, a regular 4 GB option and a limited 6 GB run. For the rest of the hardware, the smartphone packs a MediaTek Helio P25 SoC with an octa-core CPU clocked @2.5GHz and a Mali-T880 GPU clocked @900MHz. Both variants of the handset will come with 64 GB of internal storage. The Maze Alpha is going to feature a dual camera at the back with a 4000mAh battery unit to power all the hardware.
With such small bezels, the device will be aiming for a screen-to-body ratio of at least 83% if not higher. The company claims to have fit the 6-inch display into the footprint of regular devices carrying a 5.5-inch display and has optimised the hardware and software to provide the best possible User Experience whilst maintaining a respectable battery life. You can subscribe on the Maze Alpha’s landing page to be notified when the device will be launched in the market.
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