After launching the Meizu 15 series in April this year, Meizu launched their successor Meizu 16th series this week. The phones have some great specifications like a Snapdragon 845 Soc, upto 8+256 GB storage, an under screen fingerprint sensor, 91.18% screen to body ratio without a notch on a screen, etc. that make them one of the best flagship out there.
A lite version of the phone called 16X was also expected to be launched, but it didn’t happen. After that, the CEO of Meizu Mr. Jack Wong announced on Meizu’s forum that it will be launched in September. The phone will be powered by Snapdragon 710 Soc and will have an under screen display like the Meizu 16th. Also, the Meizu 16X is expected to be called Meizu 16 in global markets.
The phone has now been spotted on benchmark apps Antutu and Geekbench, let’s talk about the former first.
The listed version was running on storage variant of 6+64GB. Most probably , the base variant of the phone will have 6 GB of RAM. The phone has the Snapdragon 710 Soc with Adreno 616 GPU. It will have A Full HD+ display with a resolution of 2160x1080p. Flyme OS will be topped on Android Oreo for a better experience and more features. The Antutu score of the phone is 164,726 points.
The Geekbench listing also reveals the same specs of the phone. The single core score of the phone is 1851 and multi core score is 5558. It might just be an early version of the phone that has been tested as the scores aren’t as high as they should be.
The phone will have a little different design from the Meizu 16, as revealed by J. Wong. Also, it will not have a notch on the screen . The pricing of the phone will be aggressive, somewhere between $290-$350 depending on the storage variants.