Meizu 16s Passes Through AnTuTu and Has Confirms Some of Its Specs


Meizu should soon launch the new Meizu 16s and 16s Plus. Today, a Meizu smartphone with the code name “ alpi m1971 ” appeared on AnTuTu totaling over 357,000 points and revealing some key points of the technical data sheet.

The smartphone that appeared on AnTuTu would be the next Meizu 16s that, according to the benchmark data, is equipped with a 6.2-inch Super AMOLED display with full HD + resolution (2232 x 1080 pixels), a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 octa-core SoC -core, Adreno 640 GPU, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of internal memory and Android 9 Pie operating system that will surely come with the latest Flyme user interface.

As far as the photographic sector is concerned, from previous leaks, we know that the smartphone will be equipped with a dual rear camera, arranged vertically, with a 48MP main sensor (Sony IMX586) with support for OIS. We also know that on board we will find a 3600mAh battery and a fingerprint reader integrated into the display, already present in last year’s model.

In Geekbench, the smartphone figure was 3778 points in a single core test and 10,493 points in a test of all cores. In Geekbench, a version with 6GB of RAM was also tested.

Recently, Meizu 16s was certified in the Chinese CCC, where they posted information about supporting them for fast charging at 24 watts. After that, the first render appeared on the open spaces of the network, relying on which it is easy to see similar features with the models of the previous year. The price tag for the new product will fluctuate around $500, and the date of its appearance is still unknown.

Read Also: Meizu 16S Renderings Exposure: No Notch Design, Rear Vertical Double Cameras

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