The Meizu E2 came out in April last year which is why the rumor mill is now churning out all sorts of theories about its successor which might possibly be called the Meizu E3. While the company is yet to say anything about this device, fresh Meizu E3 leaked images have surfaced online and they reveal a slightly different design than the one we saw in the previously leaked image.
Meizu E3 leaked images reveal bezel-less display and dual camera
The Meizu E3 leaked image that we saw last week suggested that the handset has an all-metal unibody design and a dual camera at the back. We could also make out what appeared to be the antenna bands at the rear edges. The handset’s front couldn’t be seen in that image but reports suggested that it will have a bezel-less display with 18:9 aspect ratio.
These fresh Meizu E3 leaked images give us a glimpse of the supposed bezel-less display as well as the metal build. The one major difference you will spot is the placement of the dual camera. In the previous image the dual camera was positioned in the center and in these images we can see that it’s positioned in the top left corner.
It’s unclear right now which of the two is the most accurate representation of what’s to come, but at least Meizu fans can now keep in mind that the company may opt for either of the two placements.
Not much else is known about this mid-range handset so far. Meizu hasn’t said when it plans on launching the E3 but it’s likely that the company might unveil it around April this year.