Meizu 21 Pro Debuts With Better Screen, Telephoto Camera, and Higher Battery Capacity


Meizu 21 Pro launch

Just recently, the news broke out that Meizu has quit the smartphone business and will focus more on AI. But we’ve had reports about the Meizu 21 Pro way before that. Today, the company launched one last smartphone before it quit the mobile industry and gets fully focused on another.

As the name suggests, the Meizu 21 Pro is the better version of the standard Meizu 21 released late last year. It comes with a better display, a telephoto camera on the back, and bigger battery life. The phone is currently available in China with a starting price of CNY5,000. That’s around $700, and the top-end variant is around $821.

Main Highlights of Meizu 21 Pro

On the front, the Meizu 21 Pro comes with a 6.79-inch AMOLED screen with a resolution of 1368 x 3192 pixels. This is an LTPO panel that can offer up to 1,250 nits of peak brightness and a refresh rate between 1 Hz and 120 Hz. To compare, the non-Pro smartphone has a 6.55-inch FHD+ display.

Main highlights of Meizu 21 Pro

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The display houses a 32 MP selfie camera, which is the same as the non-Pro model. On the back, the Meizu 21 Pro comes with a 50 MP primary camera. Meizu paired it with a 10 MP telephoto camera that can offer 3x optical zoom and 30x digital zoom. This sensor is new for the Pro variant. The back also has a 13 MP ultra-wide and a ToF depth sensor to offer better autofocus.

Back cameras of Meizu 21 Pro

Under the hood, the Meizu 21 Pro comes with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3. It’s paired with up to 16 GB of RAM and 1 TB of storage. Battery-wise, the phone features a 5050 mAh cell, which is 250 mAh higher than the non-Pro device. It also supports 50-watt wireless charging and 80-watt wired charging. Lastly, the 21 Pro has IP68, while the non-Pro featured an IP54 rating.

There are four color options available: Green, Blue, White, and Black. Open sales for the phone start on March 2.

Meizu 21 Pro colors

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