Meizu's CEO has confirmed that the Meizu M15 Plus handset is coming, it will be announced before or after China's Spring Festival, and the phone has just surfaced. The company's CEO did share the retail box of the device earlier this month, and if you take a look at the gallery down below, you'll be able to see the device itself, well, the alleged Meizu M15 Plus, as we're looking at leaks at the moment, this design has not been confirmed just yet.
Now, the moment you check out the images in the gallery, you will realize that this handset resembles the Xiaomi Mi MIX 2 quite a bit. The leaked Meizu M15 Plus sports really thin bezels, and its display comes with rounded corners. The device also comes with a 'chin' below the display, though that chin is not that thick at all. The device also features a dual camera setup on the back, and an LED flash below those two cameras. We're looking at a vertically aligned dual camera setup here, and it seems like Meizu will not ditch its mBack multifunctional home key, as it is placed below the display of the Meizu M15 Plus, which is quite interesting. In one of the provided images, you can also see this phone with a powered on display, it sits right beside its retail packaging. Now, one of the images that has been included down below suggests that the phone will arrive in two variants, a more affordable model is set to ship with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, while it will be priced at 2,999 Yuan. The more expensive Meizu M15 Plus will ship with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, and it will set you back 3,499 Yuan, if the provided info is to be believed.
The Meizu M15 Plus will be available in at least two color variants, black and white, as those two variants have surfaced in the images that we're currently talking about. That is more or less it as far as leaked info is concerned, though we're sure that more info will surface in the coming weeks. The Meizu M15 Plus, based on the provided info, will be a top-of-the-line phone, as expected, and a true successor to the Meizu PRO 7 Plus. It seems like Meizu has found a way to keeps its multifunctional home key, despite the fact that most rumors were suggesting that the company will ditch it in favor of a rear-facing fingerprint scanner.