Alleged Meizu 15, 15 Lite & 15 Pro Spotted on TENAA

The Meizu 15, 15 Lite and 15 Pro have made an appearance on TENAA, hinting towards an imminent launch. It has been months since the Meizu 15 series reports have been popping up before their scheduled Spring 2018 release. The three devices appeared on Android’s official website and even received the 3C certification around the same time. Let’s take a look at what the TENAA listing reveals.

Meizu 15

Honestly speaking, the design is nothing unique. It looks very much like an iPhone. From the front camera on the top bezel to the fingerprint scanner on the bottom. There seems to be nothing unique about the design here. On the back lies a vertically aligned dual camera setup with a circular LED flash. The back is probably made of metal judging from the antenna lines running on the top and bottom. The spec sheet reveals a 5.46-inch screen which is expected to have an 18:9 aspect ratio. The Meizu 15 will measure 143 x 72 x 7.25mm and sport a 2940mAh battery. Other than that, the listing reveals the various networks the Meizu 15 will support.

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Meizu 15 Plus

Literally a bigger version of the Meizu 15, as far as design goes. No distinct features whatsoever. Looks very much like a fat iPhone. The only differences are the 5.95-inch screen, 3420mAh battery and dimensions that measure 153.8 x 78.25 x 7.25mm.

Meizu 15 Lite

This is the Meizu 15 with all the extra goodies removed. Looks exactly the same to the Meizu 15(even dimensionally), but lacks a dual camera setup. The battery setup is a 3000/3050mAh unit. The difference in battery indicates the presence of a lower range processor, although nothing can be said for sure as of now.

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