The only elements that disturb the surface of its all-display, 7.8mm-thick ceramic unibody are its 12MP and 20MP rear cameras and two pinholes.
One is a microphone, while the other is for hard resets. To make up for the lack of ports, Meizu Zero will support Bluetooth 5.0 and a wireless USB connectivity that can transfer files as fast as its USB 3.0 standard legs can carry it.
Zero's 5.99-inch QHD OLED screen will act as some sort of a giant speaker and earpiece replacement. It does have a big enough bezel for a 20MP front camera, but its fingerprint reader is completely on-screen.
The device, which is powered by a Snapdragon 845 processor, relies on 18W wireless charging due to the lack of a charger port.
And it may not have the usual physical buttons, but it does have pressure-sensing ones with haptic feedback on its borders.
Meizu hasn’t yet revealed any pricing details for the Zero or an actual release date in any markets.