The new Meizu Zero is the first smartphone without buttons or ports


While many are worried about removing the frames of the screen, even making holes in the panel of their phones, Meizu seems to have seen the trend and wanted to go further: have removed all the ports, buttons and even speaker slots of your new smartphone, the Meizu Zero.

The new Meizu Zero is the first smartphone without buttons or ports

This is the first phone not to include not only the headphone port but not even the charging port. The only way to charge the Meizu Zero battery is using a wireless charging base, but fortunately, the phone promises to be ridiculously fast when it comes to powering its battery, thanks to its 18W wireless charging capacity, the fastest smartphone up now in this section.

The new Meizu Zero is the first smartphone without buttons or ports

All data and files that you want to send to the phone will have to be via WiFi or mobile data network, due to its lack of USB port. Maybe you wonder if at least it has a SIM card slot, but neither. For the operator uses one of the new eSIM. As for its speakers, it uses a technology that allows it to reproduce sounds from behind the screen.

Its screen is 5.99 inches and the only holes it has are two small ones in its lower part, for the microphone. Of rest, it is a solid piece of ceramic that has resistance to water and dust. Among its features it has a dual camera system of 12 + 20 MP, and a kind of touch button for the ignition that replaces the traditional physical button.

The new Meizu Zero is the first smartphone without buttons or ports

So far, its price and launch date are unknown, but whenever it arrives it will be available in black and white. [via Android Authority ]