Meizu is all set to enter the Indian market, and now it seems that the company has some other expansion plans cooking backstage. Rumors regarding a potential partnership between Nokia and Meizu have been circulating for the past few months, suggesting that the Finnish company could ‘sell’ its expertise in the software and hardware field, as it’s forbidden from entering the smartphone market until Q4 2016.
We’ve seen the Nokia N1 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this year, and it did make a good impression on us. And now we’re wondering how could a phone made by Meizu, with help from Nokia look like. GSM Dome has gotten hold of a new leaked picture, which is allegedly depicting the Meizu MX Supreme, without revealing too many details.
The operating systems seems to be Android, but nothing’s official at the moment; and, who knows, maybe Meizu wants to try its luck again with Ubuntu-powered devices. The picture shows a pretty big physical home button, which could be encircled by a fingerprint scanner, as we can see.
The smartphone also has narrow bezels and what seems like a metallic edge of the frame, which could hint to a premium quality of the used materials.
As for the partnership with Nokia, we are not sure whether the company sold its PureView-related patents to Microsoft, as well, or if it’s just not allowed to use the technology anymore. But if they just need to use a different brand but they can keep the technology, then maybe a PureView Android device is already in the works.