Meizu is an up-and-coming Chinese smartphone manufacturer. This company has released a couple of really appealing devices lately, not only in terms of the specs, but design and build as well. Meizu's handsets feel solid in the hand, no matter if we speak about company's mid-rangers or MX4 and MX4 Pro flagships. That being said, we're not here to talk about Meizu's past or future devices, but a rather interesting Meizu concept called the "Hydra". Before we start, keep in mind that these are just concept renders, they're not official in any way, shape or form. This is just the fruit of designers imagination, that's all. Now that we got that out of the way, let's check out this concept, shall we.
If you take a look at the images in the gallery down below, you'll notice how different this device is. It looks kind of futuristic and quite sleek. The designer used shades of black, gray and white colors here, with some chrome accents here and there. The device also has some interesting curves incorporated in its design, which make is quite unique. The designer also listed this handset's specs along with these renders. This imaginative device features a 5-inch display with Corning's Gorilla Glass 5 protection on top of it, and is powered by a quad-core processor clocked at 2GHz. The designer has also listed 4GB of RAM here, and a 3,000mAh battery is powering on this handset. 20-megapixel snapper is this device's main camera, and a 5-megapixel shooter is located up front. The Hydra concept also sports Google's unannounced Android 6.0 operating system.
Even though we know these concepts ain't going to come to life, it's nice to take a look at them every once in a while. There are some really great concept being thrown out there by various designers, and some of them look really unique. Who knows, perhaps we'll see devices similar to this one being manufactured in the future. As far as Meizu goes, the company is expected to release a couple of devices by the end of the year, and even though they're not going to look like this, we do expect Meizu to differentiate a bit.