Meizu 16s Pro will be available for sale tomorrow – Users can brush Flyme 8 beta

Meizu 16s Pro

A few days ago, Meizu released its latest flagship smartphone, Meizu 16s Pro at the Zhuhai Grand Theater. As for its pricing, the Meizu 16s Pro will be available in three versions. While the 6GB+128GB version costs 2699 yuan ($377), the 8GB+128GB version and 8GB+256GB model cost 2999 yuan ($419) and 3299 yuan ($460) respectively. Now, the first official sale of this smartphone is set to take place tomorrow. In addition, the Flyme 8 beta is also available for this smartphone. Users can immediately brush the Flyme 8 beta.

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Meizu 16s Pro adopts a full-edge full-screen design with a body thickness of 7.65mm and weighs 166g. This smartphone uses a 6.2-inch Super AMOLED display with 103% NTSC color gamut, 96.1% DCI-P3 color gamut and 1.5 color shift index. It also comes with DC dimming and a touch sampling rate of 160 Hz. This smartphone comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ with UFS 3.0 storage, dual super linear speakers and mEngine 3.0. It also supports OneMind 3.5. 

In the camera department, we have a 48MP Sony IMX586 sensor + 20MP Sony IMX350 + 16MP super wide-angle Sony IMX481. This camera system supports OIS four-axis optical anti-shake. On the front, we have a 20MP shooter which supports AI beauty. Furthermore, the Meizu 16s Pro comes with a 3600 mAh. However, the company did not reveal the fast-charge capability of this device. Nevertheless, the company claims that this battery can offer 11 hours of consistent video time. This is just a few minutes better than the Meizu 16s which offers 10.5 hours.

For its software, this smartphone comes with Flyme 7 based on Android 9 Pie. However, the Flyme 8 beta is already available. This smartphone is a 4G device which also comes with Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 5.0, dual-frequency GPS, NFC. This device also comes with a brand new Alive Design, equipped with the new Aicy voice assistant, Game Mode 4.0 and Small Window Mode 2.0.


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  1. magnus gidlund
    August 31, 2019

    what is “brush”??

    • TopNegro
      August 31, 2019

      The term “brush” for many tech writers is loosely used to refer to “installing a beta update”

    • magnus gidlund
      August 31, 2019

      i think you mean “flash”