Meizu had introduced three of its 'Meizu 15' smartphones a couple of days ago, and following those announcements, official Meizu 15 and Flyme 7 wallpapers have surfaced. The company had actually announced a new version of its Android skin along with those three devices, Flyme 7, which comes with its own set of wallpapers it seems, along with some which are exclusive to the Meizu 15 series of devices. In case you'd like to check out all of those wallpapers, we've included them in the gallery down below, though do keep in mind that those images have been compressed, and if you'd like to download these wallpapers in their original size, you can do so via the download links down below.
Now, if you check out the gallery down below, you will notice that the vast majority of these wallpapers are actually abstract, there are only a couple of those that show some sort of landscapes. So, if you're not into abstract images, chances are you won't like these images, if you are, there really is plenty to choose from. Having said that, the Meizu 15 devices actually do not come with a display notch, in case you missed that, Meizu has opted to stick with top and bottom bezels, and not include a display notch as many other Chinese smartphone manufacturers, which may not have been such a bad idea, depending on whether you like the notch or not, of course. The Meizu 15 Lite is the most affordable Meizu 15-branded handset, and it will not be available in China, only on global markets. The Meizu 15 and 15 Plus will be available both in China and in other markets, and needless to say, the Meizu 15 Plus is the most powerful Meizu 15 handset the company announced.
The Meizu 15 Plus is fueled by the Exynos 8890 64-bit octa-core SoC, which is Samsung's flagship SoC for 2017, but it's still more than powerful enough. The Meizu 15 and 15 Plus ship with AMOLED display, and both devices have the same dual camera setup on the back, they ship with rather capable cameras, at least on paper, and the Meizu 15 Plus is a larger phone, as expected. All three Meizu 15 devices ship with a physical 'mTouch' key below the display, which doubles as a fingerprint scanner, and all three phones are made out of metal, and the company decided not to differentiate these three phones when it comes to the design.