Meizu is preparing to launch a new smartphone called Meizu 16X in September. The device has appeared in TENAA revealing images of the front and back and arrives with the number of model M872Q. It also found its way to AnTuTu benchmark where it disclosed its system on chip.
It should be noted that Jack Wong, the company’s CEO has already confirmed that the Meizu 16X comes equipped with a Snapdragon 710 processor and a built-in fingerprint reader. He also said that the new device will have other features same as its descendant. Meizu 16 acts as its descendant which comes with 6″ AMOLED display, 12+20 MP rear cameras with 6 LED flash, 20-MP selfie camera, and in-display fingerprint sensor. The base frequency it shows at the Geekbench is 1.71GHz and showing 8 cores.
On the back, we find a dual camera configuration with a 12MP sensor and another 20MP Sony IMX380 sensor with an LED flash on the back. It is important to point out that the Meizu 16X already appeared in AnTuTu with an SD710 chipset and a score of around 164,726 points. Also stands out 4 or 6 GB of RAM, a battery of 3,010 mAh and the Android operating system Oreo. The front features include a 6-inch Super AMOLED screen with aspect ratio of 18: 9. The display grants Full HD + resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels. Its front also has a curvy notch on the display.
The Meizu 16X should have a price of around Rs 30,000. The device will launch soon as it cleared the certifications.