Today, Chinese manufacturer, Meizu, responded to a message on the Meizu community saying that the “Meizu 16s strives for mass production at the end of March.” This response was given after a Meizu fan suggested that another Chinese manufacturer, Xiaomi, is ahead of the company.
The Meizu 16th and 16th Plus faced serious stocking issues and these devices were largely unavailable when their sales started. In response to this problem, Huang Zhang said that if Meizu 16s don’t have an adequate stocking, it will not be listed. According to the information disclosed by Huang Zhang, Meizu 16s series contains two models: Meizu 16s and 16s Plus. The screen size is 6.2 inches and 6.5 inches respectively, and the two flagships are a continuation of Meizu 16th without bangs.
In the core configuration, Meizu 16s will be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 flagship SoC and equipped with NFC function. It is worth mentioning that Meizu 16s Plus will support wireless charging. As for the price, Huang Zhang revealed that Meizu 16s is about 500 yuan higher than the current price of Meizu 16th, and according to this calculation, Meizu 16s starts at 3,000 yuan. In addition, Meizu also plans to build a gaming phone named called Meizu 16T, “T” means “Turbo”. Its price is between 2000-2500 yuan and it is also equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 flagship SoC.