The Meizu 15 duo shares a 12 MP + 20 MP dual camera. The main shooter has large 1.55 µm pixels and a fairly bright f/1.8 aperture. The selfie cam is a single 20 MP shooter. Unavoidably, the cameras have AI features to enhance your photos.
Both phones have OLED screens with 1080p+ resolution but different sizes – the Plus model has a 5.95” panel, the regular Meizu 15 has a 5.46” one.
The Meizu 15 Plus is powered by the Exynos 8895 chipset of the Galaxy S8, and it’s paired with 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB or 128 GB storage. It has a 3,500 mAh battery with 24W mCharge (12V at 2A).
The Meizu 15 switches to Qualcomm power, a Snapdragon 660 chipset specifically. It has 4 GB of RAM and again a choice between 64 GB and 128 GB storage. The battery has 3,000 mAh capacity.
The Meizu M15 serves as the lite model of the group. It has a 5.46” screen with 1080p+ resolution, but it’s an LTPS LCD panel. And the chipset is a Snapdragon 626 with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB storage.
The M15 has a single 20 MP camera on the back (1.4 µm pixels, f/1.9) along with a 12 MP selfie camera.
All three phones run Flyme 7, the Android version is unknown (actually, “Android” isn’t even mentioned on the brochure, it’s all about the custom skin).
I disagree. I had a curvy device (LG G Flex 2) and I hated the fact it wobbled. To avoid it's wobble, I always faced it down
This might surprise you, but the "chunkiness" is a feature, at least that's how I see it. The chunky footprint along with the compact size makes for a very gripable and durable phone. To be honest it's the perfect combination.
More companies should use Samsung's flagship chipset.