Meizu 20 Classic: A Stylish Upgrade


Meizu 20 Classic

Meizu, a smartphone company owned by automaker Geely, has just dropped a new smartphone. Called the Meizu 20 Classic, the smartphone is largely identical to the Meizu 20 launched in May of this year. However, the Classic version comes in three pretty colors and features up to 16GB of RAM.

Main Highlights of Meizu 20 Classic

Under the hood, the Meizu 20 Classic features the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, which is the current Android flagship SoC. As mentioned earlier, Meizu has paired this powerful SoC with up to 16GB of RAM. In comparison, the regular Meizu 20 came with up to 12GB of RAM. The extra RAM availability makes the new device more capable of handling demanding tasks.

Meizu 20 Classic front

On the front, the Meizu 20 Classic features a 6.55-inch OLED panel. This screen has an FHD+ resolution and supports a 144Hz refresh rate. There’s a punch hole cutout, which houses the 32MP f/2.45 selfie camera.

Camera config

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The back comprises a three-camera configuration. Among them, there’s a 50MP main camera, 16MP ultrawide, and 5MP depth sensor. You also get a ring-LED flash, which surrounds the primary camera.

In terms of the battery, the Meizu 20 Classic packs a 4,700mAh cell. And to make sure that you can get it from 0% to 100% quick, it has 67W fast charging rates. Regarding software, the phone runs Flyme 10, which is based on Android 13. But the most interesting part is that it supports extended integration with select cars.

Meizu 20 Classic Car Integration

About the new colors, you can get the Meizu 20 Classic in White, Iron Gray, or Green. Unlike the previous version, these color options feature a polished back panel. And the back also boasts a new Meizu logo that’s stylized within the panel.

Color Options

Regarding pricing info, the 20 Classic costs CNY 3099, which is around $424. That’s the price for the 16/256GB model. The 16/512GB costs CNY 3399, which is around $465. The device is currently available on the official website, and some select retail partners in China.

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