Suspected real image of Meizu 16s appears online


Today, a real image of the upcoming Meizu 16s appeared on Chinese media, Weibo.  This image was listed as the Meizu 16s but there is no verification to the authenticity of the image. This smartphone closely resembles the 6.1-inch Samsung Galaxy S10 (model SM-G9730). The Meizu 16s continues the Meizu 16th no-notch design. Meizu Technology founder, Chairman, and CEO, Huang Zhang, stressed that Meizu 16s smartphone notchless design is superior to all the notch, slide, pop-up, and on-screen camera solutions that we have seen in recent times.

Meizu 16s

From what we know, the Meizu 16s will be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC which is based on a 7nm process technology. It uses the new three-cluster eight-core architecture (specifically: 1 × 2.84GHz super large core + 3 × 2.42GHz large core + 4 × 1.8GHz small core). The GPU is Adreno 640.

In the camera department, the Meizu 16s smartphone will be equipped with Sony’s 48MP ultra-clear camera (model IMX586), while supporting OIS (Optical Image Stabilization), and is expected to come with the super night scene mode. The image capabilities of this smartphone are worth envisaging. In addition, Huang Zhang hinted that Meizu 16s will be more expensive than the Meizu16th. Which suggests that this smartphone will sell for over 2998 yuan ($447). The device is expected later this month.

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4 Comments

  1. Robbo5ooo
    April 3, 2019

    As nice as Meizu phones look, the unfortunate thing is that they’re Meizu, with zero support outside of China, an OS that is questionable for those outside China and zero community development to provide a realistic alternative ROM.

    • Conrad Aquilina
      April 5, 2019

      Well put. There goes my interest in this brand, up in smoke 🙂

  2. Kaan Topal
    May 5, 2019

    I was using Meizu brand phones since mx2 till mx4 pro, mx2 and mx4 are still working like a charm. But as Robbo5ooo said there is no support for Meizu brand outside of China. So last month I quit from Meizu and entered to Xiaomi family. I am happy with my Mi9 now. As I see Xiaomi is still taking care of mi5 which released 5 years ago, but Meizu is not updating its 2 years old phone. Software Departmant of Meizu is really bad about this.

  3. JackPipper
    May 5, 2019

    To say the least, Meizu software support is none existent