A hands-on video of a mystery Meizu smartphone has popped up on Slashleaks speculated to be the Meizu M6S. The video gives a glimpse of the upcoming device which will probably be under Meizu’s new division, mBlu.
The M6S seems to have a full-screen display, with a probable aspect ratio of 18:9. Meizu seems to be skipping the mBack button on this one since the front houses nothing but the display. There is no evident fingerprint scanner on the back, although the right side of the frame does have a crevice which seems like the fingerprint scanner. The mBlu branding is clearly visible on the bottom right corner of the back panel.
Last month, we reported a similar device, albeit black in color. But it matches the design of the phone that has leaked in the hands-on video. This might be the Meizu M6S since more and more rumors are coming out of the mill each passing day. Meizu is all set to launch the M15 and M15 Plus in Spring next year, and we might get to see the M6S at the same time or before. Meizu had made it clear that it won’t be launching any full-screen devices in 2017, so this phone, if intended, will see the light, not before 2018.