The World’s First True Wireless Smartphone

25 January, 2019, 19:41 | Author: Leah Owens
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It is also IP68 certified for water and dust resistance.

There is also a novel mSound 2.0 technology that uses the screen and vibrations to create audio, so there is no traditional loudspeaker or earpiece on this gadget. And it can only be charged wirelessly. While there are no physical buttons on the Zero, Meizu is using virtual buttons on the side with haptic feedback in order to give the illusion of physical buttons.

There's no notch or in-display camera - just a small strap at the top of the front that houses a 20-megapixel selfie snapper. Unlike other devices out there, the ZERO comes without any ports. We're not sure about battery capacity though, but we'll update the article when we receive more information.

This is the Meizu Zero, the world's first phone that is completely seamless. To clear your confusion, here is a look at the most interesting features of the world's first portless smartphone. As for the chipset, the smartphone is fueled by the Snapdragon 845 instead of the Snapdragon 855. This is critical because there is no USB port on this device, so wireless is the only way you can charge it.

With the Zero, Meizu obviously had to come up with replacements for all its missing features.

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The Zero relies mainly on wireless and electronic tech to replace conventional charging and connectivity.

If you're wondering how exactly you're going to insert your SIM card into the Zero, Meizu is making use of an integrated eSIM card. Headphone jacks could possibly go and have from numerous phones, but killing the USB-C port means we really have no options for headphones other than to go fully wireless.

Replacing all that legacy tech is a touch-sensitive power button on the side, eSIM support, an in-screen fingerprint reader, and 18-watt wireless charging. There are some clever workarounds thanks to brand new technology, but there are many out there that would consider certain compromises a deal breaker. There is a dual camera system on the back, consisting of a 12MP and a 20MP lens.

Meizu's Zero phone has beaten the odds to launch without buttons, ports, or a speaker.

But we do wonder whether this is a step too far, as you're losing faster charging via a wired connection, the ability to easily connect to a computer (what if you want to flash a new ROM?), proper buttons, physical SIM support, and microSD expansion. It sports 5.99-inch ( 1080 × 2160 pixels) Full HD+ Super AMOLED display and an in-display fingerprint sensor underneath.

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