Meizu is gearing up to announce its latest flagship the 16s flagship on April 23. We already know the phone will feature the Snapdragon 855 with 8GB RAM, minimal display bezels, and a 48MP main camera. The device also dropped by AnTuTu and reached the impressive 374,190 points, putting it slightly above other flagships like the Xiaomi Mi 9 and Huawei P30 Pro.
Now, we are treated to some live footage from the same Meizu engineer who leaked the benchmark score and it looks every bit as impressive, managing to open 20 apps in just 99 seconds. The test consisted of two app opening rounds, showing us that the phone is capable of running at least 20 apps in the background.
During the video, the phone itself was in a white protective case so we could not see the final design. The phone is expected to come in White, Black, and Gradient Blue colors with a CNY3,400 ($505/€450) price tag.
Go everybody watch Gary videos to understand that is is shitty way of testing phone speed, good way of testing but good way of testing RAM management