More than a month ago, Meizu launched a crowdfunding project to raise funds for the limited edition of the futuristic Zero smartphone. The Western press nicknamed it “hopeless” due to the absence of any noticeable holes, as well as protruding controls like buttons.
Those involved in fundraising were offered a similar smartphone for $ 1,299, and for $ 2,999 a single Exclusive Pioneering Unit. But the campaign failed, raised about half of the money from 29 people. The head of Meizu, Jack Wong, hurried to announce that in fact, a bottomless Zero is nothing more than a marketing campaign, which, unfortunately, failed.
A top manager noted that such a smartphone exists in the form of a project for an R & D unit, and no mass production of Zero was planned. During the announcement, it was reported that the smartphone received a 5.99-inch AMOLED screen with a built-in fingerprint scanner, a Snapdragon 845 processor, a dual camera, and wireless charging.