Chinese consumer electronic company Meizu is planning to celebrate 15 years in the industry by launching an anniversary flagship phone. The expected flagship smartphone is the Meizu M15 Plus and its renders have been leaked online.
According to a report on GizmoChina the Meizu M15 Plus has received design inputs from the company’s president Jeffery Wang. The images, shared by a Chinese tipster going by the name of Ubuntu Team on Weibo, show the smartphone with a round fingerprint at the bottom centre of the device.
The Meizu M15 Plus comes with curved edges on both the front and rear part of the device. It has a vertically placed dual camera on the rear side with a round flash just below the dual camera setup on the device. The front part of the device has a camera placed on the top centre of the device. This brings up a doubt about the aspect ratio of the as the camera is placed at the top centre of the display. A taller 18:9 display may not fit.
The power button is on the right side of the smartphone and the volume rockers are on the left. The final design of the smartphone might change as the leaked images are renders of the smartphone. Other specification of the smartphone are also not known yet.