UPDATE: Video seems to be unavailable at the moment.
UPDATE2: Video from another source added.
In exactly a week, Meizu will be launching a new device at the Beijing National Convention Center. Lots of speculations have come up online such as it being a high-end phone sporting Samsung’s Exynos 8890 SoC and having a dual curved display.
But a video that was leaked on Weibo shows the same phone whose pictures have been going around lately as the new Meizu E-Series phone.
The phone does feature a metal body, a round camera, straight antenna lines, and a home button that doubles as a fingerprint scanner. There is a hole on the left which is for ejecting the SIM tray. And on the right, we have the volume rocker and power button.
Reports say the E-series phone will run YunOS, have 3GB of RAM, a Full HD display, a 13MP rear camera, and be powered by a Mediatek MT6755M processor.
Since the authenticity of the video cannot be verified yet, it is best to take it with a grain of salt.
Meizu must definitely be enjoying the debate going on about what the device is as the company itself has not released any info that indicates it is even indeed a phone.