The Meizu Zero is a new phone without a traditional speaker or physical buttons. Meizu says that it's the "world's first holeless phone", using technologies like in-screen sound, pressure-sensing, and wireless charging to offer a seamless design that's also IP68 water and dust resistant.
Meizu has equipped the Zero with mSound 2.0 In-screen Sound Technology which enables the screen to work like a speaker. When it comes to buttons, the company says that it's got a "Virtual Side Button" that lets you power the Zero on and off as well as adjust the volume. This "button" uses a haptic engine to give you the feeling and tactile feedback of a physical button, but without the moving parts.
Also helping the Meizo Zero be a totally holeless phone is Super mCharge Wireless tech that offers wireless charging up to 18W. Meizu is also including a dedicated charging base to ensure that you can charge your Zero. The phone uses wireless USB 3.0 for transferring data, and since it doesn't have a SIM card slot, it uses eSIM.
Other features of the Meizu Zero include a Snapdragon 845 processor and 5.99-inch AMOLED screen that appears to have an in-display fingerprint sensor. Everything is packed into a ceramic 3D unibody design.
The Meizu Zero looks like an interesting device, and the fact that it's got zero holes or exposed moving parts could help make the design of the hardware look good. Unfortunately, there's no word yet on when the Meizu Zero might launch, how much it'll cost, or what the rest of its spec sheet looks like. Stay tuned for more on the Meizu Zero as we get it.