Meizu Zero Smartphone

Jan 24, 2019

Category: Tech

Chinese tech company Meizu is turning heads with their new flagship smartphone. With a silky, minimalist design, the Meizu Zero is the epitome of smooth thanks to a button-free construction.

The Zero is a seamless smartphone without any ports, speakers, or even a headphone jack. The only dips in the structure come from the two tiny mic holes at the bottom. It doesn’t even have a SIM-card slot, as it uses eSIM technology like the latest iPhones. Both charging and data transfers are handled wirelessly and the curved 6-inch AMOLED display doubles as the smartphone’s speaker, utilizing Meizu’s mSound 2.0 in-screen sound technology. To turn the device on and off or control the volume, you can use the virtual side buttons. And it features an under-glass fingerprint sensor for security. We’re not sure if the Chinese phone will make it stateside, but we’re definitely rooting for it to make its way to our cell networks soon.

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