Given how much innovation and originality Meizu brought to the mobile phones sector in the past few years, we believe the company deserves more respect. Meizu 15 is the yet another example of greatness from a company which has never given up: it has always invested in order to make revolutionary devices. The secondary display of the Pro 7, pressure sensitive halo button, the old mBack button, mCharge etc are all examples of innovation from this relatively small Chinese company.
Below, you can see our second Meizu 15 hands on photos (we did an initial hands on with the device at the event yesterday) which shows its design in all its splendor.
The handset you are seeing in the photos below has a full metal unibody design with a refined stainless painting and suggestive antenna bands with an Aztec-like pattern decorating them. When it comes to the front panel, you won’t find an 18:9 display like most of 2018 flagships. The company has been everything but conformist and it has decided to opt for a classic 16:9, but it was still able to minimize the bezels. The front panel features a symmetrical design with a front camera placed exactly at the center of the upper portion, an almost invisible earpiece, and a circular Home key with an integrated fingerprint reader below the display.
The rear side houses a dual camera setup in a vertical configuration and a ring-shaped six-LED dual-tone flash surrounding a laser autofocus mechanism. The dual camera has resolutions of 12 + 20 MP and it includes a Sony IMX380 sensor which is the same as Huawei P20. Even though it has the same design, Meizu 15 is not a flagship device like its Plus variant, as it features an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 chipset. The SoC is paired with 4 GB RAM and 64 or 128 GB of internal storage depending on the variant you will choose to buy.
More Meizu 15 Hands on photos below!