Meizu celebrated its 17th birthday last week, and along with the celebrations, the company revealed it will launch its Meizu 17 flagship in April. We know the phone will have Snapdragon 865 and 5G connectivity, but it looks like it will support some mighty fast-charging as well.
This was revealed after a Meizu GaN charger leaked on Weibo, revealing the brick will support 65W fast charging and will have one USB-A port and one USB-C port working simultaneously.
The charger was leaked by the Chinese website chongdiantou.com that specializes in reporting the latest in the charging industry. The report revealed the power brick appears to be real, because it matches all the other Meizu chargers - engraved grey logo on a white brick.
Back at MWC 2017 Meizu demonstrated 55W Super mCharge that fills a 3,000 mAh battery in 20 minutes.
The leaked charger can be used not only for smartphones, but for all kinds of devices as well. Meizu is the fourth company to introduce a 65W GaN gadget, following Oppo, Xiaomi, and nubia.
Looks like a generic charger already available at mediamrkt... same exact power output too
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