Meizu has not been having an easy ride in the tech scene in recent times but we can’t just brush aside the Chinese company due to its penchant to deliver amazing and spectacular smartphone designs, especially on its flagship series. The company’s CEO Jerry Wang has always been a fan of maintaining a symmetrical display design. That is why the flagship line has not included a model with any type of notch. The next-gen Meizu 17th series is expected to be released this year, maintaining a notch-less design with trimmed down bezels.
A leaked live image and renders of the Meizu 17th series have appeared online. One of the leaked images shows the “About” page of the phone and it reveals it is called the Meizu 17th Plus. That means there will be two variants on the series.
The age shows the Meizu 17th Plus will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset and would have up to 512GB of storage onboard. The device will pack a triple rear camera setup consisting of a 100MP+20MP+20MP camera setup. A selfie camera is not visible on the leaked image which could be because the device uses an under-screen selfie camera. We are not too sure about that.
The leaked renders make a detour in terms of the design. First off, it presents with curved screen design and a single hole-punch selfie camera located at the centre. The rear design includes a quad-camera sensor setup housed spatially in a round-shaped module. The LED flash is at the centre of the module. This could be the Meizu 17th.
There is no word yet as to when the Meizu 17th series will be unveiled.