Meizu E2 To Feature Never Seen Before Camera And Flash Design!

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Meizu’s newest smartphone, the Meizu E2 will launch on the 26th April and looks set to feature a never seen before design feature.

If you look back to the Meizu Pro 6 then you will remember that if featured a small, but notable design innovation. On the rear, the phone came with a 10 x LED ring rather than the typical dual LED designs we have come to expect from smartphones.

Now for the Meizu E2, the companies newest smartphone, it looks like Meizu has taken that LED ring technology and integrated it in a way we haven’t seen in a smartphone before.

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Leaked designs, along with a leaked spy photo, show that Meizu has placed the LED ring around the actual camera sensor on their newest phone. This does mean the rear of the phone is exceptionally clean but we wonder if the flash might interfere with the camera’s low-light performance?

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The only official teaser we’ve seen from Meizu which shows the outline of the Meizu E2 does highlight the rear camera and flash, but it also highlights the home button and the receiver on the front of the phone. If Meizu has changed the rear in such a radical way, how can they have done something similar to the front?

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One suggest is that Meizu has added a front facing LED flash t the Meizu E2, a feature we’ve seen on other Chinese phones but never on a Meizu. It’s also possible that the home button of the Meizu E2 will receive LED notification lights too.

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Meizu E2 Specifications

It has been reported that the Meizu E2 will feature a 5.5-inch IPS FHD display, quad-core 1.3Ghz chipset, RAM choices including 2/3/4GB13-megapixelgapixel main camera,

Keep an eye on for the latest Meizu E2 news.

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  1. Bebeto
    April 14, 2017

    Specs are boring and SoC is primitive. No, thanks!

  2. Guest
    April 14, 2017

    Specs are boring and SoC is primitive. No, thanks!