Meizu is expected to unveil the its next big Android device soon, dubbed as Meizu X by the rumor mill. Today, some sketches of the Meizu X have been leaked on the web, and they reveal the dual-cameras on the back, with Meizu logo sitting in the center of the screen.
The dual cameras can be found on the top left corner, circumvented by an oval design to separate the sensors from flash light, which is residing right to the camera. And this is also how we know it’s Meizu X, and not any other Meizu device, as the other upcoming device that is Meizu Pro 7, houses a single camera at its center.
On the front side, you get a Note 7-like button at the bottom of the display, which should serve as fingerprint scanner.
But does it have curved display?
Well, it looks like so. The sketch showing the back and side of the Meizu X (above) has got us ample hint of curved display in the mix.
But looking at front only pic (below), you can see space cut out for bezels, is it a design guideline, or a variant of the Meizu X flat screen up front. In that case, we could see Meizu X and Meizu X Edge/pro?
Meizu X specs have also been part of the leaks, BTW, and they reveal presence of Helio X30 10-core processor, while the GPU chip is said to be PowerVR 7XT.
Flyme 6 is the OS that is said to come pre-installed with Meizu X, and we have some high hopes from the skin as Meizu is actively promoting it already before its November 30 event, where it will launch the Meizu X with Flyme 6, that is supposedly based on Android Nougat.
Much is being anticipated from the Meizu X, which is being touted as the device to ring bring company back to popularity of yesteryear.