The Meizu 15 Plus is all set to be unveiled this spring alongside the Meizu 15. The Meizu 15 Plus schematic has been reported on Slashleaks, throwing light upon the design of the phone.
The schematic doesn’t reveal much more does it corroborate with the previous leaks and renders that have been reported. It sports a rather unusual design, one that deviates from Meizu’s signature designs. The render shows the alleged 15 Plus with a full screen display that is curved on the sides. The bottom bezel houses a circular button which I’m guessing is the mBack button, which Meizu skipped on the recently unveiled M6S. The top bezel houses the front camera which lies smack in the middle of the bezel. The left side of the frame sports the volume control. The bottom of the phone houses the charging port, probably Type-C flanked by the 3.5mm jack and the speaker grill.
Earlier leaks have hinted towards a more Essential PH-1 like design, along with vertically aligned dual camera setup on the back. One thing is for sure, that both the 15 and 15 Plus will be sporting full screen displays. Meizu is launching these two phones to celebrate their 15th anniversary in spring this year. Spring isn’t that far, so sit tight!