Meizu 17 First Real Photos Leaked Online


Meizu 17 5G Qualcomm Snapdragon 865

Today, two spy photos of a device that is suspected to be the new Meizu 17 flagship have been circulating on the Internet. The photos show a handset that features a punch screen in the upper right corner.

Meizu 17 First Real Photos Leaked Online

Meizu 17 First Real Photos Leaked Online

The best part about the camera hole positioning is that it can also double as a battery charge indicator. As we can see in the image, there’s indeed a green ring around it; which appears to equate to 80% charge. We believe it would also be possible to disable the battery percentage number; thus only have the energy circle and saving on-screen space.

As far as the back of the smartphone is concerned. The other day we reported about a render that featured an horizontal camera setup with three rear shooters as opposed to the “ring” camera module we had seen in the previous weeks.

While yesterday, Meizu officially announced that it will strive to release the Meizu 17 5G flagship phone in April. At present, it is certain that the Meizu 17 will be equipped with a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 865; along with a Snapdragon X55 5G chip. At the same time, the Meizu 17 also has a great chance of coming with Meizu Wi-Fi 6, according to previously unveiled patents.

Meizu 17 First Real Photos Leaked Online

Meizu’s flagship is currently one of the most awaited phones in China as we first talked about it back in the end of 2019; but since then we’ve not seen any official data. The only other important update came on February 16th, when a Meizu employee teased the device by saying that “The Meizu 17 will go all out to overcome all difficulties”.

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