Following last weeks launch of the impressive looking mid-range flagship Meizu M6S, all eyes have been on Meizu for information on their real flagship, a celebration of 15 years of Meizu design called the Meizu 15 and 15 Plus. Said to be rammed with the latest tech like a Snapdragon 845/Exynos 8895 processor and aimed squarely at the premium segment of the market, it’s also proven something of an elusive beast. Previous leaks have suggested the 15 either features an Essential Phone style notch at the top and a small chin at the bottom or a rather standard looking flagship with front-mounted fingerprint reader. What both leaks had in common, however, was the design for the rear of the phone which showed a vertically aligned dual camera array with a flag and focus ring below. Now, a new set of leaked renders offer a third option for the front of the phone, with a small bar along the top for sensors, the camera and the earpiece and almost no bezels around the bottom and sides of the phone. Another image shows the rear of the device, highlighting what we’ve seen elsewhere – that two camera array. What’s not visible, however, is anywhere for a fingerprint reader to be. It could be that Meizu will follow the Vivo route and integrate their fingerprint reader under the screen itself. Take a look at the images yourself and let us know what you think: The images were accompanied with information suggesting that the device will launch next month for around CNY 3,599, or £400. That isn’t a trivial amount for a Chinese smartphone, and Meizu will have to have something impressive up their sleeve to convince customers that the 15 and 15 Plus are worth their hard earned money.