While Meizu’s new flagship is scheduled for next month, leaks are pouring until then. A fresh tip from a popular technology blogger from China reveals the camera alignment of Meizu’s 17 and 17 Pro. As this isn’t official yet, it’s good we strick to our reality and treats leaks, as just leaks. Leaked banners show the series may have horizontally aligned quad cameras with a ring flash at the center of the line.
Meizu’s got a fair fan-base in China, as the phone maker is seen no less than Huawei or Xiaomi there. It’s competing aggressively with flagship makers like Samsung, OnePlus and Huawei to grab its own market. And a result of such trails is the new flagship series – Meizu 17. This grand series shall contain two phones as standard Meizu 17 and Meizu 17 Pro. And these could have a quad rear camera style.
Quad rear cameras?
The new leak from Digital Chat Station shows a promotional banner from Meizu (isn’t official yet) which has hints of camera design. Above the title, the rings depict the alignment of rear cameras, which has four cameras with one ring flash placed at number three between the lens. Further, both the phones could be equipped with 5G chips as Snapdragon’s 865 SoC, as the banner tags 5G.
Other leaks and specifications
We’ve seen another leak depicting Meizu’s display design and a battery indicator earlier this month. This showed the phone to have a punch-hole display with a battery indicator circled to the punch-hole, and showing the juice levels. This integration of tiny details may save space or look smart, but it isn’t that awful after all. At last, it may come with a 5000mAh battery, Wi-Fi 6, mCharge fast charging, Adreno 650, etc as flagship features mentioned by GSM Arena.