There is always been a micro business in the tech industry, albeit it is not luminary; it has always tented a specific place in the tech realm; if that has been the case, then Meizu would be a serendipitous invasion from the industry.
The company has been playing its pivotal role in the industry if it had not been for the potent performance or perishable product. Meizu’s long-delayed Meizu 19 series is likely to be procrastinated until the first quarter of 2023, partially said to the company’s CEO Huang Zhipan.
Chiefly, fans of the Meizu series have been waiting to be in the inner realm of the phone, but do not appreciate the long winter, seemingly the company has been methodically working on the outlook of the device, but it doesn’t seem to be a prepossessing one rather it could be identified as the cut from the same cloth or truncated process.
Today, on August 17, a famous Weibo tech blogger “stupid” shared three pretentious diaphragms of the forthcoming Meizu 19 series. Merely all three are not something we have expected. Still, it could not be the store that can be found at rock bottom.
The renderings showcase the framework of the Meizu 19 series to get more pertinacious forms, the first rendering among the three looks fine; it has a “supercut” finish across the edges with a slight bump on the back cover just above the camera setup, while on the front, the machine has punch hole camera which gets going the best outlook.
If we talk about the second renderings, it is not distinguishable; rarely, it can be outspoken or outdated, the foldable approach has been wielded off by the company, and the design looks exactly like an old soldier with a bit doddery on its design. Certainly, the back cover of the phone portrays good-looking craftwork.
We don’t have any idea about the third rendering of the design; it has three eyed camera module at the back cover with an upside-down bump that firmly holds the camera setup. The device features full display functionality on the front and a punch hole camera. Users have been commenting on the blogger’s post by saying, ” not looking good.”