Meizu unveils world-first holeless mobile phone in a unibody

Breaththrough features: Ceramic  unibody; AMOLED display functions as speaker;  underglass fingerprint sensor; virtual side button  with haptic  on/off andvolume control; e-SIM
January 31 2019 : China-based Meizu Technology has introduced the Meizu zero, the world’s first holeless mobile phone.
The Meizu zero crafted from a three-dimensional ceramic unibody, is  a truly holeless design with IP68 Certified Dust & Water Resistance. The device features a large capacity with Meizu’s patented Super Wireless mCharge; the Meizu zero is capable of achieving wireless charging at 18w. 
Meizu zero comes  a 5.99-inch AMOLED display with UHD resolution. The under-glass fingerprint sensor is capable of scanning fingerprints through its 2.5D glass panel, offering the ultimate convenience and absolutely stunning quality.|
Meizu zero features mSound 2.0 which allows the display to function like a speaker, by eliminating the earpiece notch, it brings in a truly holeless screen. Adopting Pressure Sensing Technology and a built-in mEngine, Meizu zero has created the “Virtual Side Button” the power to turn on/off the phone and adjust the volume. With the mEngine 2.0 linear haptic engine, the “Virtual Side Button” on Meizu zero gives you the feeling and tactile feedback of a physical button.|
To achieve a true uninterrupted design, the zero eliminated the SIM tray by adopting eSIM, with this digital management capability, users can efficiently manage multiple devices which significantly improving the user experience. With an adaptive UI, Meizu zero gives you a flexible layout system based on your needs; you can easily answer phone calls either horizontally or vertically.
The phone became available on the Indiegogo site  for preorder for US 1299 and delivery in April