Meizu is getting ready to release its next-gen flagship, the Meizu 21. As a direct successor to Meizu 20, it’s gearing up to bring performance-focused specs with an eye-catching design.
On the note of the design, Meizu has shared a live image of the device. From the picture shared by the company, it’s quite evident that the Meizu 21 has significantly improved the bezels of the display.
A Closer Look at the Shared Image of Meizu 21
As you can see from the picture attached below, the Meizu 21 is set to come with ultra-thin bezels. Now, while most of the current flagship smartphones do feature thin bezels, most of them come in black. And that’s pretty much where Meizu has worked on.
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Instead of black, the Meizu 21 features a white bezel, which makes it look sleek and offers an immersion of bezel-free display from the front. As for the thickness of the bezels, Meizu has confirmed that they will be 1.74 mm on all four sides. This uniform nature of the bezels, combined with thinness, will deliver an immersive viewing experience.
Moreover, the display of the Meizu 21 will be a 6.55-inch Samsung AMOLED panel. It will boast an FHD+ resolution and have support for a 120 Hz refresh rate. Also, the live image attached above has pretty much confirmed that the phone will have a flat panel.
Other confirmed specs of the Meizu 21 include Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, which is the current flagship processor for Android phones. So, aside from great viewing experience, you can expect to get top-notch performance out of the device. Meizu has yet to reveal the back side and other specifications of the phone. But you don’t need to wait long for those, as the smartphone is debuting tomorrow alongside the Meizu 21 Pro. We will keep you posted once more information lands, so stay tuned.