Meizu Zero, The World’s First Hole-less Smartphone Launched
On January 23, Meizu Technology (MEIZU) officially released the Meizu Zero genuine non-porous smartphone. As the first product released by Meizu in 2019, the Zero focuses on Meizu’s exploration and understanding of future models. Combined with Meizu’s unique design, technology trends and user insights, it has broadened the boundaries of domestic smartphones. As the world’s first true non-porous smartphone, the Zero is the new door to the future flagship smart terminals.
The Meizu Zero has a ceramic unibody. It supports IP68 waterproofing due to a fuselage with no holes. The ultra-large-capacity battery supports Meizu self-developed 18W wireless super-fast charging technology. The unique mSound 2.0 screen sound and virtual side pressure button create a perfect and excellent experience. It combines ‘design trends, user insights, and technology trends’.
Thanks to the one-piece ceramic body, the Meizu zero is like a natural jade, without traces of artificial carving. This is Meizu zero’s thorough expression of future design trends. Whether it is contemporary architecture, trend sports shoes or medical equipment, it is evolving in the direction of flow, seamless and ergonomics. The Meizu Zero completely compensates for the shortcomings of the smartphone industry design trend, and truly brings the ‘future design’ to smartphones.
The Meizu Zero has two colors options of bright porcelain black and kiln white. The 5.99-inch AMOLED ultra-clear full-screen outlines the ultimate body line of the Meizu Zero on the front side, showing a wonderful picture in the palm of your hand. The OLED flexible screen supports screen fingerprint recognition and is equipped with a 20MP lens (with a face recognition support). The 2.5D glass panel and ceramic body unexpectedly meet like a fish and water to create a perfect visual enjoyment and grip. And the rear continues using the Meizu 16’s Sony IMX380 12MP sensor which is paired with the Sony IM350 20-megapixel sensor with the combination of the One Mind AI Smart 2 engine.
The excellent mSound 2.0 screen sound technology is derived from the unremitting efforts of Meizu engineers to solve the contradiction between the Meizu Zero’s sound and openings on the body. It has a more reasonable internal layout and better audio materials. The Meizu Zero’s sound unit is completely new, the sound quality is better and louder.
The perfect integrated design can’t compromise it with the excuse of functions. So the virtual side pressure button replaces the physical button. The Meizu Zero uses an advanced pressure detection technology and capacitive positioning technology to realize the power button and the volume rocker on both sides of the fuselage. The unique Meizu-specific mEngine 2.0 linear motor rejuvenates the Meizu Zero, bringing to the side virtual buttons a feel of a physical button.
It is an IP68 rated, which means we are dealing with a waterproof and dustproof device. Thus, it can effectively resist 30 minutes of underwater soaking. With the introduction of eSIM technology, the ‘air card issuance’ frees the smartphone from the limitation of the physical card slot. The carrier network can be switched freely and it supports more standards and frequency bands. Flyme 7 also incorporates an adaptive UI that makes it easy to answer calls even if the phone is upside down.
The beauty of technology lies in not being perceived, eliminating troubles, and achieving wireless wins. Being bound by data lines is not the future of smart terminals. The Meizu Zero uses the 18W wireless super-fast charging technology independently developed by Meizu Technology to bring the energy of river dams into the water. The intelligent internal chip brings more suitable temperature control. It took 2 years of research and development, with 75 patented technologies. As a result, the power is increased by 2 times, while the heat is reduced by 67%.
The wireless connection of full-speed USB 3.0 achieves the transmission efficiency of the Meizu Zero, while the efficient architecture design pulls the transmission speed to the utmost and completes a copy of a high-definition movie in a short time. The Bluetooth 5.0 technology seamlessly switches between multi-access devices and can be lightning quite fast.
Under the hood, the Meizu Zero sports a Snapdragon 845 processor with LPDDR 4x large memory. Li Nan also revealed that when the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 flagship platform is launched, the Meizu Zero will be upgraded to Snapdragon 855, and it meets the design criteria of the 5G network for the antenna. Thus, the machine may have a 5G version.