The Meizu 16s Pro will arrive on August 28 and this smartphone has made an appearance on GeekBench and AnTuTu. Now, a recent invitation letter sent out for the Meizu 16s Pro launch event shows that this smartphone will also come with the Meizu Flyme 8 OS. Recall that the Meizu Flyme 8 was scheduled to arrive on August 13th. However, that didn’t happen.
From what we already know, the Meizu 16s Pro will come with a Snapdragon 855+. This SoC has no architectural changes and does not directly integrate the 5G baseband. Instead, the CPU’s highest frequency is 2.84GHz and the Adreno 640 GPU increases from 585MHz to 672MHz. According to previous reports, the Meizu 16s Pro overall design is basically the same as the 16s. It does not use the notch or punch-hole screen design. Furthermore, it uses a 2232 × 1080 resolution display with triple rear camera setup. According to a recent leak, the screen of this smartphone is about 6.4 inches. This is about the same size as that of Meizu 16s.
In addition, this smartphone will come with Flyme 7.8 system and OneMind 3.5. version. According to AnTuTu, the Meizu 16s Pro (m1973) not only sport SD855+, but it also scores a whopping 464,411. This makes it one of the best performing SD855+ phone on AnTuTu. In the camera department, we have a 20MP selfie camera and a 48MP main rear camera. The rear camera uses a multiple sensor setup. According to Meizu VP, this smartphone will have a dark green colour option.