Recently we posted news that Meizu could launch a second generation Meizu Meilan Note and new MX5 in just a few months, following up that story are a couple of renders of said flagship.
Meizu only released the MX4 in September, and many might think it is a little early in the products lifecycle for a replacement to be launched, but that is exactly what the rumours are suggesting.
Apparently a flagship Meizu MX5 is going to launch (rumour) on June 30th after a Meizu M2 Note launch on the 2nd of June. Both of these new phones will get a metal body, with the Meizu MX5 boasting a borderless design.
Looking at the images we can see the classic “Meizu Shape” and see that the design even retains the Meizu “halo” home button. In fact the Halo could get a fingerprint scanner hidden beneath as an update to the physical button arrangement on the Meizu MX4 Pro.
In the past 6 months Meizu have released 4 phones ranging from the Meizu MX4 and MX4 Pro available around the globe to the M1 note and M1 which remain China only models for now. Is it really time to see replacements for these phones?