Still fresh out of the launch event, we bring you Meizu E2 hands-on/unboxing images capturing the device from different angles. As you may already know, Meizu tweaked things a bit in the design aspect, giving the E2 a fresh new design different from that of other Meizu phones, especially at the rear.
The Meizu E2 comes with a unique flash design at the rear. The camera flash is a strip made up of four LEDs which are located on top of the upper antenna line. The rear camera is located at the top left corner and also in the same plane with the antenna band.
Design wise, the E2 utilises an all-metal fuselage shaped using the nano-injection moulding process. The body is coated using the sandblasting process which gives it a fine look. The edges are trimmed off using the CNC diamond cutting process, thus increasing its finesse. The E2 also feature very narrow bezels at the sides which are just 0.025mm thick and has a slim body which is 7.5mm thick. The device weighs 155g.
As a recap, the Meizu E2 sports a 5.5-inch Full HD display and is powered by a MediaTek Helio P20 chip. It equally comes with a 3GB RAM + 32GB eMMC 5.1 storage version and another with 4GB RAM + 64GB eMMC 5.1 storage. For photography, there is a 13MP rear camera and an 8MP sensor up front, while a 3400mAh battery sits onboard.