And there we have it – the first real-world images of the Meizu 15 Plus. It’s a smartphone which has been leaked a number of times, but only in the form of manufacturers sketches or sketches from people who saw it in real life. Now the phone, set to be a celebration of 15 years of Meizu design, has revealed itself, corroborating a number of previous leaks. They show a smartphone with a near edge-to-edge screen with a slim bezel along the top for cameras and other sensors. Around the back we can see a metal construction, double camera array with separate flash and, as predicted, nowhere for a fingerprint reader to be. That leaves a number of possibilities, including a side-mounted reader (which we can’t really see in the images), an under screen fingerprint reader like the Vivo X20 UD or an iPhone-style facial scanner. Elsewhere, rumours have suggested that the phone will pack a Snapdragon 845 or Exynos 8895 processor and launch next month for around CNY 3,599, or £400. Those facts indicate that Meizu intends the 15 to be a premium device, but only time will tell whether it lives up to that moniker.