The Meizu 15 Plus has leaked again, but this time with a different front design. An earlier report showcased a render that featured an iPhone-like home button on the front but the latest render is devoid of any buttons on the front.
The renders are in corroboration with the earlier leaks, barring a few differences. The front is, as reported earlier, occupied by a full-screen display with an expected aspect ratio of 18:9. The top bezel houses the front camera smack in the middle with the earpiece taking up minimum space in a notch above it. On the back is a vertically aligned dual camera setup coupled with a ring-shaped LED flash. The renders hint towards a glass back on the 15 Plus. The rear camera has a small bump.
The right side of the frame is where things get interesting. There is the usual physical power button and right below it a side-mounted fingerprint scanner. Looks like Meizu is officially done with the physical mBack button. On the left side of the frame lie the volume controls and on the top, the noise canceling microphone and sim card tray. The Meizu 15 and 15 Plus are all set to be unveiled in spring commemorating the 15th anniversary of Meizu.