We've beheld the removal of headphone jacks and physical home buttons on smartphones. Plus, some smartphone creators have also built the fingerprint sensor into the mask to remove that from the back, too, so I suppose it makes sense that the next step would be to remove all buttons and ports from a smartphone and that's positively what Meizu have done with the Zero.
According to Meizu, the Zero is 'the world’s first holeless unstationary phone' that has a ceramic body and is also IP68 Certified Dust & Water Resistant (no ports helps with this). Wireless charging is strengthened and in screen sound/fingerprint technology means music etc. can be heard and the smartphone unlocked via the screen. There are also virtual side buttons for inclination the phone on/off which feel like physical buttons but don't protrude like them and eSIM technology is used in place of a SIM practical joker slot.
The screen measures 5.99inch and the only part of the smartphone that slightly spoils the seamless object is the rear camera. There's also a top bezel, instead of a front notch or cutout, housing a front camera and a chin can be found to the footing of the smartphone are a class of mobile phones and of multi-purpose mobile computing devices so bezel-less wasn't the design style Meizu was going for with the Zero.
Availability & Price?
There are no details ready about the cameras, price or release date but it's an interesting concept none-the-less.