Not many people outside of Asia have heard of Meizu, but if you've been keeping up on your GSMArena newstream you'd know a thing or two about the company's products.
The latest flagship to come out of Meizu is rumored to be the MX4 - successor to the Exynos 5 Octa-powered 1080p Meizu MX3. The MX4 hasn't made the rounds too much but this latest leak from ePrice on China's Weibo network breathes new life into the handset.
It consists of a couple of images that reportedly show the Meizu MX4's front panel and its impressive 1.1mm bezels, which ePrice claims are the thinnest of any smartphone.
The leak looks credible for a couple of reasons. First of all the design seems to fit the bill when comparing the device to last year's model. Second it's not unusual for a Meizu phone to have thin bezels - the Meizu MX3 flaunted LG G2-esque thin bezels.
One of the images compares the leaked front panel with two that appear to belong to certain Sony Xperia devices, although they aren't acclaimed for their impressive ergonomics.
According to the leak the Meizu MX4 may become available in early August with 3 GB of RAM, Snapdragon 805 chipset and a 16 MP and 5 MP camera duo.