Its a great day for Meizu MX4 Pro news as leaked images of the chassis follow confirmation the device will have a 2K display.
Next week Meizu will release the MX4 Pro, a phone that has been rumoured to use a home button with build in fingerprint scanner (similar to the set up on the iPhone). So far we have heard the rumours and seen some dubious looking photos, but these images appear the most authentic so far.
The images show the chassis of the Meizu MX4 Pro where we can clearly make out a cut out for a rectangular home button where the chin of the phone should be.
The leaked images also show that the aircraft grade alloy chassis won’t actually all that different in appearance to the current MX4 with a polished alloy lip meeting a sand blasted edge in the same grey as the current Meizu.
It also appears that the rear is flat suggesting that the rear panel of the MX4 Pro will be removable.
Meizu MX4 Pro Chassis Leaked
Earlier today Meizu’s Jack Wong posted on his Weibo that the MX4 Pro would have a 2K display. The phone will launch on 19th November and rumoured to cost 3199 Yuan in China with 3GB RAM and a 2.0Ghz Samsung Exynos 5 processor.