Huang Zhang: There was no plans to mass produce Meizu Zero


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A couple of weeks ago, Chinese manufacturer, Meizu, released the first holeless smartphone which it called Meizu Zero. Yesterday, we reported that Meizu had a failed crowdfunding of this smartphone on Indiegogo where it was only able to raise 45% of its target. Today, Meizu’s CEO, Huang Zhang, responded to the Meizu community. He said ” This crowdfunding is carried out by the marketing department. The non-porous mobile phone is only a pre-research project of the development department. We have never planned to mass-produce this project .”

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The fuselage of the Meizu Zero is completely free from any opening and it integrates a unibody ceramic design. The whole body has no holes and no physical button. This smartphone comes in bright porcelain black and kiln white color. It is IP68 dustproof and waterproof certified and can survive for 30 minutes underwater.

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At the same time, Meizu Zero also supports mSound 2.0 sound technology, virtual side pressure button, mEngine 2.0 linear motor, eSIM virtual card, air card issuing and other technologies. The mobile phone adopts a 5.99-inch AMOLED ultra-clear comprehensive screen, and also uses an on-screen fingerprint scanner. It is equipped with a 20-megapixel face recognition front camera, and the rear continues the Meizu 16th Sony IMX380 12MP+20MP dual-camera combination.

Specifically, the machine uses unibody integrated ceramic body, body-free, no physical button design, support IP68 level dustproof and waterproof, can be soaked under water for 30 minutes. To this end, Meizu applied mSound2.0 screen sound technology, screen fingerprint, virtual side pressure button, mEngine2.0 linear motor, eSIM virtual card, air card, 18W wireless fast charge, wireless USB 3.0 and other technologies.

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