Meizu is preparing to launch its next flagship cameraphone series — Meizu 16 in August. The manufacturer will be launching Meizu 16 and Meizu 16 Plus, and ahead of the phone’s launch upcoming month, other of the details related to the telephone have leaked online.
Although we presently know that the upcoming flagship phone will have a dual sensor setup, the latest reports reveals that the major digital camera on the back side will feature a 12-megapixel camera with f/1.8 apreture.
Further, it is said that the company’s mBack button will have a fresh evolutionary variant and will ditch the dot design and style. There’s a possibility that the manufacturer could represent a fresh gesture recognition feature.
Recently, Meizu CEO Jack Wong shared sensor samples of the next flagship telephone Meizu 16. The inside sample photo seems to be incredibile with a high level of accuracy in color reproduction and the clarity is vivid.
Meizu is coming to launch 2 smartphone in its Meizu 16 series — Meizu 16 and Meizu 16 Plus and even though both smartphone will have narrow bezels and high screen-to-body ratio, the phones will not feature a notched screen.
Under the hood, both phones will be powered by Qualcomm‘s Sd 845 octa-core cpu, clocked at a maximum frequency of 2.8GHz. This is the exactly chipset that powers most of the flagship telephone unveiled this year.
The company’s CEO has presently unveiled that there’ll be an 8GB RAM + 128GB internal memory model, which is likely to be the high-end version of the Meizu 16. The smartphone is moreover confirmed to arrive with an under-display fingerprint camera.
It will In addition come with dual rear scanner setup and support for wireless charing. However, there’ll be an additional model titled Meizu X8, a mid-range providing from the manufacturer, which will be powered by Snapdragon 710 processor and won’t function the in-display fingerprint digital camera.
Recently, Meizu CEO Jack Wong had said that the other powerful version of the upcoming flagship smartphones will not price tag far more than 4000 Yuan, which roughly translates to $514 whereas the Meizu X8 is said to cost between 1,500-2,000 Yuan ($226-300).
The Meizu 16-series as effectively as the Meizu X8 are slated to launch next month. While Jack Wong has unveiled that the Meizu 16 will be introduced on 26th August, the manufacturer has not still made the release date formal.