The Meizu 16s Pro that leaked yesterday will be unveiled later this month, on August 28.
Meizu hasn't divulged much about the 16s Pro yet, but the smartphone briefly appeared on the company's official website yesterday along with its specs.
The 16s Pro will be powered by the Snapdragon 855+ SoC and will come in two RAM options - 8GB and 12GB - both having 256GB of UFS 3.0 storage onboard.
The smartphone will sport a 90Hz AMOLED display with a fingerprint scanner embedded to it. It will run Flyme 8 OS and boast a triple camera setup at the back with a 48MP unit as the main sensor.
We expect Meizu to tease some features of the 16s Pro at a regular interval in the days leading to the official announcement on August 28.
I never buy any mainstream product especially when it comes to cell phones. I like the design of the new model and I will be one of the first person to own the phone in my continent.
No, I see it too. I, like most other men, hate the curved/edge screen because it is a Durability concern. I also hate the weird aspect ratios because it is an Ergonomic concern. I also hate notch/hole because it is an Aesthetic concern. Meizu ...
If this is the final design then 4* rating for it's front design. The so small bezels make it almost similar to pop-up camera phone's front design. Front camera added without any imperfect designs like holes, teardrop notch, rectangular notch. Only c...