Meizu 16S Appeared On Geekbench, And A Photo Leaked!

Meizu 16S is in the news for a long time now. The phone leaked several times before, and Jack Wong, the CEO of Meizu also revealed some of its specifications. For some, it can be an interesting device as it gets rid of the notch or punch hole camera without using any moving parts present inside. It simply has a minimal bezel on top that houses a selfie camera. Also, the phone maintains its symmetry to a good extent, which makes it look quite good. Recently, an alleged photo of the Meizu 16S leaked online.

The photo shows the top bezel of the phone. The phone looks a lot like the Meizu 16th, but with smaller bezels. A case render of the phone also appeared online a few days back. Jack Wong also saw that leak on Meizu forum and commented that the Meizu 16S will look much better and beautiful in real life than what it was looking in that render. You can have a look at it below.

The phone has now appeared on Geekbench by the name “alps m1971”. M1971 is the model number of the phone. It might just be an early prototype of the Meizu 16S running on a not much-optimized software.

The phone scored 3778 points in single-core and 10493 points in multi-core performance. For comparison, the Xiaomi Mi 9 with the same Soc scores 3518 on single-core and 11051 on multi-core performance. The Meizu 16S lacks behind in the multi-core performance, but it might not be the case with the final software when the phone will be launched.

Talking about the specifications, the phone will be powered by the Snapdragon 855 Soc. it will run on Flyme 7 on top of Android 9 Pie. Meizu might also release the Flyme 8 soon. This time Meizu has also decided to include NFC in the phone. The bigger variant named 16S Plus will also support wireless charging, which will be for the first time in a Meizu’s phone. The concept phone “Zero” released by Meizu some times back had 18W fast wireless charging. But the phone failed its crowdfunding goal and was never released. Rest specifications of the Meizu 16S are not known yet. Stay tuned with us for any future updates!

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