Alleged glass panel of Meizu 16 Plus appears online

Meizu 16 Plus glass panel

We know that Meizu is coming up with its next iteration of flagship smartphones, thanks to none other but its founder, who has confirmed the existence and launch by August. As the time nears, the rumour mill stirred one new leak coming from weibo. An alleged glass panel of the upcoming Meizu 16 Plus has surfaced, which showcases it could be the biggest bezel-less smartphone.

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Meizu 16 Plus: Could be the next true bezel-less smartphone?

Pictured right next to OPPO Find X and above it as well, it is believed to sport a 6.5-inches truly bezel-less design if we go by the look of the alleged glass panel. This glass panel is no taller than 160 mm and no wider than 76 mm. It could be an OLED panel as opposed to LCD display. On the top corner of the panel, you can see a single whole, which could be for a selfie camera. Whereas the photo of the opposite side unveiled it has a proximity sensor and LED notification light.

The glass panel you see could be of the bigger sibling of the upcoming Meizu flagship smartphone. It could come with an under-display fingerprint sensor and a pressure sensitive mBack button. Previously, the leaked Meizu 16 pricing suggested that it could be priced somewhere around Rs 41,000 approximately. That would be an aggressive pricing!

As far as the internal specifications are concerned, it could pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor with massive RAM and internal storage. The unknown dual-rear camera setup could outdo the existing Meizu 15 smartphone. But the expectations aren’t high!

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