When Meizu announced his Zero Smartphone concept last week, the idea was devious, even if it's a logical continuation of the minimalism trend we've seen in recent years. At the time, Meizu swore that the device existed, and although we doubted that the Zero would go into production soon, as Meizu launched an Indiegogo campaign for it.
However, I should mention one thing first: The starting price is $ 1299.
If you had more money to burn, $ 2999, to be exact, would you have had the Pioneer unit with an expected delivery date of January 201
The Meizu Zero is one of two models to surf this seamless phone idea – the other is Vivo's Apex 2019, but it's still a concept I do not have a front camera. In comparison, Meizu's attitude relative is relatively more concrete and somewhat more realistic.
The Zero has a ceramic unibody, Snapdragon 845, 5.99 "AMOLED display, 20 MP front camera, IP68 resistance to water and dust, and Bluetooth 5.0 rear camera is not known and the device is running Flyme OS 7. Although it is based on Android, the likelihood of official Play Store support being seen on the camera is low.  As far as ports and holes are concerned, Meizu renounces all: "Messy cables, headphones, opening a Sim slot with a tiny needle … all these everyday problems are part of our lives today. We believe that life is too short to deal with such things. That's why we've developed the world's first holeless and seamless smartphone to rid you of the limitations. "Instead, you have an embedded eSIM, an in-display speaker and a fingerprint reader, a virtual page button, a wireless recharge, and much more. Wireless data transfer at speeds similar to USB 3.0.
Meizu has Indiegogo's $ 100,000 funding target $ 10, and so far, 10 lenders have expressed interest, one of which has already captured the Pioneer Division seems to be more of a marketing ploy than anything else, and I would recommend Meizu to have at least opted for the fixed funding option ( he will not receive money if the goal is not achieved) It is less likely that they will be stolen from their money without showing anything, but the benefits of what they will receive are available for debate.  Meizu zero, the world's first holeless smartphone, launches crowdfunding initiative on Indiegogo  Be Start at US $ 1299
30. January 2019, 9 am EST – Meizu Zero, the world's first holeless smartphone, has launched a crowdfunding initiative for Indiegogo. The first flagship of Meizu from 2019, the Zero combines a uninterrupted three-dimensional ceramic unibody, super mCharge wireless, wireless USB transmission and mSound 2.0, among other cutting-edge technologies. Zero is the undisputed strength of Meizu product development and the ultimate challenge for future smartphones.
Crowdfunding offers two perks options: the Exclusive Engineer Unit for $ 1299 and an Exclusive Pioneering Unit for $ 2999, of which the Exclusive The Pioneer Unit Option is limited to a single unit. Once the exclusive Pioneer unit is pledged, it will be dispatched within five working days. Delivery of the units of the Exclusive Engineer Unit begins as soon as it reaches the funding target, and supporters are expected to receive their orders in April.
A Vision for the Future of Smartphones
From Skyscrapers to Home Appliances The trend of design has evolved to mirror a sense of minimalism with sleek and streamlined elements, seamless and ergonomic. In the smartphone sector, the same minimalist concept was difficult to achieve due to messy cables and unreliable mechanical structure. Until now.
Meizu zero is a unibody made from a three-dimensional ceramic unibody that masters minimalism to its utmost. A true Holeless design with an impressive 5.99 inch AMOLED display, a 20-megapixel front camera with beauty mode and a fingerprint sensor under the OLED display. The visually appealing all-ceramic body surface with the beautiful grip and the good texture that you instantly fall in love with.
Holeless Smartphone Design, The Design of Tomorrow
The Meizu Zero has a real holeless design. Strive for the highest possible degree of minimalism. The groundbreaking mSound 2.0 in-screen sound technology makes it possible to zero off the shackles of cable, speaker and microphone, as the full audio is pumped from the display. With the pressure-sensing technology and the linear haptic engine mEngine 2.0, the "Meizu Zero Virtual Side Button" provides the feel and tactile feedback of a physical key. Because no physical SIM card is required, eSIM users can efficiently manage multiple devices. Combined with IP68-certified dust and water resistance, Meizu zero takes care of your needs 360 degrees.
True Wireless Data Transfer
The Meizu zero is a true wireless experience and features the Super mCharge Wireless and Dedicated Charging Station. Bluetooth 5.0 lets you seamlessly switch between different Bluetooth devices. The flawless internal structure and the USB 3.0 ensure an impressive data transfer rate.
Meizu zero's announcement on January 23 has attracted worldwide attention and generated over 100 media coverage. Because eSIM is an emerging technology that is not yet widely used in China, Meizu is turning to crowdfunding platforms around the world to meet the needs of overseas tech enthusiasts.
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