Phones these days are about the notch. With edge-to-edge displays all the rage, companies are defined by how they deal with the front camera – leading to things like huge notches or the infamous punch-hole design. Well, with its 16s flagship phone, Meizu is doing something (slightly) different: going old school and actually having bezels around the screen. Does it work? Well, it definitely doesn’t look like an ancient piece of tech… …but those bezels certainly don’t make the Meizu 16s seem super modern. Is that fair? Probably not. It seems that Meizu is focused on single-handedly keeping bezels alive, as…

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