Yes, designers dream of a "clean", bulge-free smartphone with a perfect silhouette that would fit comfortably in the hand. But is the consumer ready for this? A couple of years ago (and somewhere today), it was difficult to find even a USB-C cable. And not everyone knows about the existence of wireless charging, so I'm not ready.The future is rushing to usSpecial surfaces for wireless charging are available in Starbucks and some modern cars, but it is still a very, very long time before universal distribution. Moreover, charging your smartphone in the usual way is simply faster.The inability to use a familiar SIM card can also create problems. eSIM will probably become commonplace in the future, but if the technology is not supported by an operator in your country, then there is no point in such a smartphone. Even in the US, there is an operator Sprint, which does not work with it, although it is presented in the iPhone Xs and Xs Max.The size of the next-generation eSIM compared to the Nano-SIM, Mini-SIM, and SIM, the Meizu Zero also has no physical buttons. To adjust the volume, they use sensitive edges, which were very much scolded in the press back in the days of the HTC U12. Could the Chinese manufacturer solve the problem? It is unlikely that he managed it so quickly, and this is a problem if we are talking about an alternative solution.All manufacturers are looking towards such a solution of the future. At some point, Apple will also abandon the connectors and ports, including the smartphone used for charging. But while only a few companies dare to do such experiments, we have the opportunity to understand how convenient it will be.It is unlikely that users will massively buy new smartphones without ports just because of their originality, but the very fact that it is now possible to create something similar right now and use it with comfort, almost similar to conventional smartphones, suggests that the revolution is not far off. And who knows what else manufacturers will come up with in an attempt to go beyond the usual.