Images of the 15 Plus, the anniversary phone by Meizu, appeared earlier this month, revealing no bezels from three sides.
A new render from Weibo today confirms the design and reveals the phone will have dual cameras at the back, coupled with what appears to be a 10-LED dual-tone flash, last seen in the Meizu Pro 6. The front will have only a single bezel at the bottom under the screen.
The Meizu 15 Plus will have a single selfie camera, implemented on the front screen like the Essential PH-1 or the Sharp Aquos S2. The display will have rounded corners and will span all the way to the top, right and left edges of the phone.
The fingerprint scanner/home button is most likely to be below the screen panel. A sensor on the side was leaked before, but Meizu might keep it for the M6S which will arrive in January.
Previous rumors suggested a price tag of CNY2,999 or CNY3,499 for the Meizu 15 Plus (between $450 and $530). The phone is expected to arrive in 2018 when Meizu is celebrating 15 years since the launch of the company.
Source (in Chinese) | Via