The subway in China is a good place to grab real images of unreleased smartphones. We have seen many real images of smartphones in the subway which turns out to be accurate. Now, the upcoming Meizu 17 has also made its way to the subway. According to a recent Weibo post, it appears that the holder of the device is conducting 5G signal field testing in the subway. Although a protective cover prevents us from getting rearview, we can see that this device really comes with a horizontal camera configuration.
At present, the majority of mainstream flagships are using a matrix or vertical lens design. This makes the Meizu 17 stand out. According to reports, the Meizu 17 will use a new UP1030 charger as standard. This charger adopts the classic ID design of the Meizu charger family, 10V 3A charging specifications. Furthermore, this smartphone will support 30W fast charging according to the 3C database.
MEIZU 17 SPECS
According to recent information, the Meizu 17 will use a 6.5-inch 90Hz OLED curved screen. The display uses a punch-hole that houses the selfie camera. This device will come with a 64MP main camera coupled with a 20MP wide-angle camera and a 12MP telephoto lens. The main camera is a Sony IMX686 sensor. Under the hood, we have a Snapdragon 865 processor + LPDDR5 + UFS 3.0 solution. Of course, this device will support 5G dual SA / NSA network. There are also reports that this smartphone will support Wi-Fi 6, horizontal linear motors, dual stereo speakers, and NFC. On the battery end, we have a 4500 mAh that supports a 30W wired fast charge.
Huang Zhang, founder of Meizu Technology, said that Meizu 17 will also have new innovations in terms of materials, images, and experience. The 17 series will definitely be a good-looking and easy-to-use product.
As for its price, speculations have it that the 8GB + 128GB version will sell for 3999 yuan. However, the 8GB + 256GB and 12GB + 256GB versions will sell for 4299 yuan ($606) and 4699 yuan ($663) respectively. According to the company, this smartphone will be officially released in April 2020