Meizu MX Supreme images leak revealing a home button and a razor thin bezel

Meizu MX Supreme images leak revealing a home button and a razor thin bezel
A pair of new images allegedly showing off the Meizu MX Supreme was posted in China yesterday and today, revealing a home button which is said to have a fingerprint scanner embedded inside it. This is the handset that is believed to be the result of a collaboration between Meizu and Nokia. As part of Microsoft's purchase of Nokia Devices and Services, Nokia agreed not to compete in the smartphone market with a branded device until 2016.

There is some speculation that the MX Supreme will be an Android powered device with a PureView camera on back. A poster found last week on a Weibo page hinted that the phone could offer a 60MP rear camera. With a name like Supreme, you know that Meizu and Nokia have to go big with the specs.

The history of the Meizu MX Supreme started with a rumor back in January that the two manufacturers were working together on the phone. The very next day, a Meizu executive put the kibosh on the rumor, and that is where things stood until the speculation started back up last week.

We have a couple of pictures to show you in the slideshow below. One picture, which was published on Monday, shows what is said to be the MX Supreme with a huge home button. The second photo, which was posted today, is a close up that reveals a razor thin bezel and the home button. Both pictures were found on the same Weibo account.

If the Meizu MX Supreme is for real, we could see Meizu's power packed hardware combined with a high-end camera system from Nokia. Sound good to you?


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via: mobilissimo.ro (translated), GSMDome (1), (2)

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