The device can be charged using a wireless pad.
Meizu introduced ZERO, in which there is no slot for a SIM card, USB port, headphone jack, as well as slots for the speaker and hardware buttons. The company claims that this is the first smartphone in the world without holes. According to Meizu, she spent two years developing and using 75 patented technologies in the device.
ZERO received a monolithic ceramic case with rounded edges with protection against water and dust according to the standard IP68. Instead of a slot for SIM-cards, the company used eSIM (it does not work in Russia, – note TJ ), and instead of charging via USB, the smartphone is charged by a 18-watt wireless mat using proprietary technology.
There are no slots for the speakers in the device, so the speaker is a screen using the second-generation mSound technology, and it is suggested to use fifth-generation Bluetooth to connect headphones. Instead of physical buttons, Meizu used virtual keys with a tactile response.
ZERO runs on a Snapdragon 845 processor and LPDDR4X “fast” RAM. The smartphone is equipped with a dual camera with IMX380 sensors (12 megapixels) and Sony’s IMX350 (20 megapixels) on the back and a 20 megapixel selfie camera. The device is equipped with a 5.9-inch screen with a built-in fingerprint sensor and face recognition.
The company did not specify whether the device will be on sale and at what price.