Just two days ago a new Meizu smartphone was certified in China, and we expect it to be the Meizu 16s, promised to arrive in May. Today, we spotted a new photo of the alleged device, confirming previously leaked images of the flagship. It has a big screen and no notches, with standard bezels on all sides.
The photo reveals the front-facing camera will be on the right side of the upper bezel, while the screen itself appears to be flat, meaning no curved edges. It seems to have 2.5D glass, which is more convenient than the solution Samsung is implementing in its flagships in the past few years. We can also confirm the new Meizu 16s will follow the Meizu 15 and Meizu 16 simplistic design where the screen has curved corners but offers plenty of screen real estate.
Rumors suggested the diagonal is 6.2”, with a Plus variant expected to have 6.76” panel. It is likely an AMOLED panel with Full HD+ resolution. Official teasers say the bottom bezel is 16 mm thinner than the one on Meizu 16. Other suggested specs include Snapdragon 855 chipset, 48 МP camera and a price tag of over CNY3,300 (nearly $500/€450).
That photo though... Not sure if that guy's hands are so small or that phone is such a giantic paddle.
You have no taste ! i will buy it even if it be on the moon . its the perfect dream phone . the 16s plus that is
Nobody will ever buy this outside of China.