Meizu, the Chinese brand that had invented a portless, buttonless and even bezeless concept smartphone is here with the Meizu Zero which was launched to the crowdfunding platform Indiegogo as part of it’s way of marketing it’s funding campaigns.
Last week, the Deice was announced with much of a positive feedback from critics. It’s ceramics unibody, capacitive pressure sensors which are meant for context controls and also an in display fingerprint sensor, 18-Watt wireless charging and a successful IP68 dust and water resistance certification are just parts of the key points the Meizu Zero had scored.
Although we do not have the entire information concerning the specifications of the device, most of it’s features will specs will span from Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC and a 12 and 20 MegaPixel Sony Cameras at the back of the device. There’s no info yet on storage — as there will be no way to insert a microSD card since it’s hole-less, that line item will be crucial.
Consumers will have until March 1 to buy one of 100 engineering units for $1,299. A single “pioneering unit” was sold for $2,999. With a funding goal of $100,000, this means that a minimum of 76 people must back the device.
Meizu, a Chinese tech company with adequate manufacturing facilities, is planning to build devices after the campaign closes on March 30 and begin deliveries in April.