Meizu E3 Real Life Images Leak, Dual Camera Setup In Tow

The Meizu E3 has been leaking for a while now, and new real life images of the phone has just surfaced in China. The Meizu E3 actually surfaced in real life images twice in the last week, and this new leak goes hand-in-hand with the other two, and it also gives us the best look at the phone’s design thus far. As you can see, the device will be made out of metal, while it will sport a vertically-aligned dual camera setup on the back. Those two cameras will protrude on the back a bit, and an LED flash will be placed below them.

Antenna lines are placed at the top and bottom of the phone’s back side, while a side-facing fingerprint scanner will also be a part of this package. The Meizu M6S, a phone that Meizu recently introduced, sports a side-facing fingerprint scanner, and it seems like the upcoming Meizu 15 Plus will sport such a sensor as well, so it seems like the company is moving fingerprint scanners to the side in all of its upcoming phones. A power / lock key is located above the side-facing fingerprint scanner, on the right-hand side of the device, while the phone’s volume up and down buttons are included on the left. The Meizu E3 will have relatively thin bezels, while its display will sport rounded corners. The white-gold Meizu E3 is shown in the images down below, the front side of the device is while-colored, while the back sports that gold color that we’ve seen on the company’s previous devices.

Now, if you check out the fourth, fifth and sixth image down below, you will also be able to see the phone’s protective case. Those images also let us take a closer look at the bottom of the phone, where you will notice a Type-C USB port, the device’s loudspeaker, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. A SIM card tray is also pictured in one of those images, as it sits above the volume up and down buttons. Now, in terms of specs, we really do not have all that much info just yet, but rumors are suggesting that the phone will be fueled by the Helio P70 SoC by MediaTek. The device is expected to cost around 2,000 Yuan ($318), and the device will probably launch in March or April.

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