In view of the decline in sales in the Chinese smartphone market that even led him to close some retail stores in the Asian country, Meizu has made a number of important changes in order to shore up sales. He already debuted with his new flagship Meizu 16s and now prepares to launch the Meizu 17.
Precisely, from the Meizu 17 we get some renders that show a design reminiscent of the company's current flagships. Only this time, it differs by bringing a curved screen. In this way, it joins the tendency of Chinese manufacturers to use this type of waterfall screen also known as Waterfall Screen. The Meizu 17 comes equipped with a triple rear camera configuration that includes a 48-megapixel main sensor. Renders show that there will be at least two color variants. There is also the absence of a headphone jack, which by the way is also not present in the Meizu 16s.
Meizu has spent two years without a major update of its flagship design and the Meizu 17 could be the next version to introduce that great change. The Meizu 16s, which we reviewed this year, was launched only in April, so we don't expect a release very soon. But be aware, as we will keep you informed about the latest news from the company. (Source)
Do you think that Meizu manages to increase sales in the Chinese market with the launch of Meizu 16s and Meizu 17?