The Meizu 16s Pro Will be Announced on 28 August: Leaks and Rumors
Meizu is Preparing for an Upgrade Device Over Meizu 16s, Which Launched Earlier this Year. The Device Will be Meizu 16s Pro. Meizu Offical Announced the Device Will be announced on August 28th in China.
Meizu 16s Pro Will be Announced on 28 August With 90Hz AMOLED display,Triple Rear Cameras, In-display FPS and Snapdragon 855+ SoC & More expected
Meanwhile, the Meizu 16s Pro Will be Quite Similar to 16s, Recently Report Suggest the Device was Spotted With the Model Number M973Q With 3C Certification. Which Bring 24W Fast Charging Technology.
For Design, the Device is Quite Similar to Samsung Galaxy S9+ as an Edge-to-Edge Display With Narrow Bezels and Chin. While the Display Will be An
AMOLED Display Offering a 120Hz Refresh Sample Rate and 90HZ AMOLED Display.
although the Screen Size is Still Unknown. However, the Device Will Equipped With a Rear Triple Camera Setup Featuring a 20MP Selfie Sensor.Not to Mentioned, It Will Packed With AI Camera Software Such as Night Mode, Ultra-Wide Sensor, OIS and More. Consider the Device Rear Camera Having a 48MP Sony IMX586 + 20MP Sony IMX350 + Some Micro Camera Sensor Setup along LED Flash Light.
For Security Biometric Authentication, It having an In-Display Fingerprint Sensor along the AI Facial Unlock. To Power the Device, it has a 4200mAh battery, It Brings More Power Uses Compare to its Precessador Meizu 16s.
Under the Hood, The Device Will be Powered by Qualcomm 7nm Octa-Core Snapdragon 855+ Soc Coupled With 12GB of Rama and 256GB UFS3.0 of Onboard Storage. Also, there is a Dual Speaker Grills on the Bottom.
On the Software Front, It Runs over Android 9.0 Based Custom FlymeOS 8.0 out of the box. We also Hope of Having an All basic Sensor and Connectivity. As of now,
We have a Basic Details about the Smartphone.
Read Also: Samsung Galaxy A10s launched with 4,000 mAh battery, Full specification
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