Meizu Zero Is the World's First Phone With No Holes or Ports


Meizu has announced a new smartphone which many saw coming when companies started dropping the headphone jack. The Meizu Zero is the first smartphone with no ports or holes in the body.

It charges wirelessly — using 18W fast wireless charging, which is faster than Huawei's 15W wireless charging — and has touch-sensitive capacitive sensors on the sides to replace the power button and volume rocker. Instead of a speaker grill cut-out, the screen is a speaker, thanks to piezoelectric transducers, which we have seen on the Mi Mix.

The Meizu Zero also doesn't have SIM slots, using the eSIM instead. The seamless front design is backed by a ceramic body. There's a 5.99-inch OLED display, and in-display fingerprint scanner. and last year's Snapdragon 845 chip, which should help the pricing, and LPDDR4X RAM.

You will find a pair of Sony-made 20MP and 12.3MP cameras on the back hump, while the sliver of ceramic or metal on the front above the display holds the 20-megapixel selfie camera. As you expect from a phone with no holes, the Meizu Zero also gets support for IP68 water and dust resistance. Feast your eyes on this beauty:

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