The Meizu 15 Plus seems set to become an open mystery before it gets officially announced. It’s been seen in leaked images a couple of times this month, and we’re now getting two new images of the phone courtesy of a Weibo user. These images show the phone’s impressively low bezels and the dual rear cameras, two features that are set to be the highlights of Meizu’s 15th anniversary smartphones.
Halo button still missing in action
There’s no Halo/mBack button to be seen on the display, and the ring below the dual cameras doesn’t seem to be anything other than an LED flash, so it remains to be seen how basic navigation will work. Of course, the device in these images may not be the final device, even though it’s a bit too late for Meizu to still be playing around with unfinished units. The device seems to be in working order, though, as the wallpaper has been changed to one found on Google’s Pixel devices.
A fingerprint sensor is missing as well. Previous rumors have said the fingerprint sensor will be mounted on the side similar to the M6s, but the device in the pictures seems to have nothing but the power and volume buttons on the right. It’s possible Meizu has opted to integrate the sensor into the power button to save on internal space, which would have been a higher priority on the 15 Plus given the expected flagship specs. Hopefully, further leaks will give us a clearer picture of what to expect from the Meizu 15 and Meizu M15 Plus.