After Meizu launched M6S last week, the Chinese smartphone maker is again gearing up for another launch—the Meizu 15 Plus. Leaked outline images of the device have revealed the phone’s overall aesthetic, a tri-bezel-less display, and dual rear-facing cameras.
The phone will have a thinner side and chin bezels, thinner than that of the Galaxy S8, but will have a slightly thicker top bezel to house the front-facing camera, earpiece, and some sensors. The back of the handset shows dual rear-facing cameras, alongside LED flash and laser autofocus with no appearance of the fingerprint sensor. The question though is where will Meizu place the security sensor? One of the possible options is on the power button, but Meizu could also make use of Synaptic’s under-the-display fingerprint sensor that is expected to debut in Vivo’s X20 Plus UD.
Aside from its physical aspects, GizmoChina also mentioned the processor of the device. The Meizu 15 Plus will be among the first to use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 chipset, but some markets will have to settle with Samsung Exynos 8895 SoC. The handset will be priced at CNY 3,599 (around $560).
Unfortunately, that’s the only available information for now. Let’s just wait for China’s Spring Festival next month. Jack Wong, the company founder, said that the phone will arrive for the holiday and will be available for sale in March.