Meet the notchless and holeless Meizu Zero


Through 2018 and into 2019, we’ve seen smartphone displays trending towards notches, teardrops, and punchholes. The Meizu Zero wants nothing to do with the trends and is sticking with slim to no bezels and all screen.

The Meizu Zero is made from a ceramic unibody that is IP68 certified dust and water resistant. The phone comes with Meizu’s “Super mCharge” wireless charging capable of charging at 18w. The Meizu Zero also has its own sound technology called “mSound” which the company says is inside the screen.

Cutting-edge design is inherited in the DNA of Meizu’s corporate culture. Through the combination of innovation and superlative craftsmanship, the Meizu zero not only creates a new benchmark for flagship Smartphone but also bringing the revolutionary technology from future to the present. The ceramic 3D unibody finish gives Meizu zero not only unrivaled standards of technical perfection but resembles the flawless beauty of a natural gemstone.

Meizu Zero comes with the stunning 5.99-inch AMOLED display with an ultra-high resolution to deliver incredibly vivid colors. The under-glass fingerprint sensor is capable of scanning fingerprints through its 2.5D glass panel, offering the ultimate convenience and absolutely stunning quality.

Meizu press release

The Zero not only lacks a punchhole display but it also lacks other holes such as a headphone jack or a charging port. The company is going all out on wireless charging, in-display fingerprint sensors, and their mSound technology.

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The screen is a 5.99″ QHD OLED panel and the device is around 7.8mm thick and houses dual 12MP and 20MP cameras. It is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 and is already launched in China. This phone will likely not make it to the U.S. but you can probably eventually find it on eBay or other places. No pricing was announced but we will update if we get that information.

Meizu Zero
The screen is a 5.99″ QHD OLED panel and the device is around 7.8mm thick and houses dual 12MP and 20MP cameras.

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Last Updated on February 3, 2021.


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