Meizu MX4 Pro launch is just around the corner, the company has confirmed the phone will launch this month and they have announced an event for November 19th. Even though this Chinese manufacturer didn't specifically say that the handset will launch on that date, it's kind of obvious at this point. We've seen tons of leaks when it comes to this device, including its design, we were rather positive that it will sport a rectangular Galaxy S2-like home button which will include a fingerprint scanner. Well, according to this new leaked images, MX4 Pro might come in a couple of different versions. Confused? Let's see what's this all about.
First of all, let me tell you these three renders come from Meizu's official Italian blog, so... I'd say they're pretty legit. You can see all the images in a gallery down below. On the first image, you can see a device with a circular home button, that home button actually reminds me a lot of the iPhone's home button in fact. The interesting thing here is that there's a blue LED notification light around the home button itself. You may also notice what seems to be two set of speakers on the bottom, while the headphone jack is also located down below. The phone looks great in my humble opinion, actually resembles the original MX4 as far as the general shape and design goes, all three of these leaks do actually, which is a good thing.
The second image yet again confirms the rectangular home button. We've seen this device leak multiple times by now. This time around Meizu also teases 3 color variants, silver, dark gray and gold. The original MX4 actually offers the same options. The third image blog.meizu.it shared actually shows us a device which doesn't sport a physical home button, but a capacitive "dot" which we've seen the company use in the original MX4 as well as the Meizu MX3. This might actually mean the device will have a fingerprint scanner on the back or won't feature one at all. There's also a fourth images down there as you can see, that's actually the side shot of the device shown in the third image.
I honestly don't know what to make out of all this. Does this mean Meizu will actually introduce three different versions of the MX4 Pro or perhaps the company intends to launch 3 different smartphone models this month? Either way we spin this, these handsets look really great, at least in my opinion. Let's see what Meizu has to offer. What do you think, will we see Meizu launch three different versions of the same device or...?