Meizu is a major smartphone maker in China, which in the first half showed the Meizu 16s and recently unveiled the Meizu 16s Pro, which are upgrades of the Meizu 16 and 16 Plus shown last year, which were an interesting success. Today, we see the first renderings of his successor, Meizu 17, showing some eye-catching design changes.
One of the highlights of the new device, according to these images, is that the device is relatively square at the top and curved at the sides.
Speaking of the sides, the renderings indicate that it will also have a nearly 90 ° curved screen, as we will see in the Vivo NEX 3 and also the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, to be revealed soon. The edges of the screen also appear to be quite thin, both at the top and bottom, without any cropping or notching.
At the bottom, we notice the existence of a large one where the speaker must be present and the USB Type-C connection. Unfortunately, though, we don’t see a P2 port for 3.5mm headphones around here.
Supposedly, this smartphone should have a 20-megapixel front camera and will not have a physical speaker, making use of technology that makes vibrations on the screen for sound, as in the first Mi Mix, Galaxy Note 10 and P30 Pro. Behind, a set with three cameras, one of which is supposed to be 48 megapixels.
In any case, it will now be necessary for further leaks and rumors talking about Meizu 17. Considering that the Meizu 16s Pro hit the market not long ago, chances are the new device will only be shown next year.