"design wasnt finalized before this video was rendered", the phone isn't rendered in the video, totally different...
stanley77, 16 Apr 2019in quality of photos in comparing with Xiaomi Mi9 (special night mode) ,meizu has no chance..i... moreThe quality of the hardware is on point, it is the lack of software support that ruins Meizu.
Buy Meizu, you get broken system for free but you have to pay for the phone.
I feel like they are teasing a Carbon Fibre variant, just like how there was a Kevlar version of the PocoPhone F1 last year.
Looking at the photos, they all look equally when compressed/zoomed out.
At the night time photos, zoom in look on the bottom right corner and see the shot of the Soda can on the bin. The Meizu looks clean, and it looks more washed on the Huawei and Xiaomi. At the day time/cloudy photos, again, zoom in and look on the bottom right corner to see the Bus sign. They're all grainy, with the least on the Meizu phone, more on the Huawei, and most on the Xiaomi.
These promotional photos will definitely show the Meizu's camera at its best, while showing the contenders at a disadvantage or purposely worse. It almost looks like Meizu finally added OIS to the phone, but disabled the feature for the competitor phones. However, at least they didn't use a Canon DSLR and say it was the Meizu phone. So overall, I am very skeptical of this camera performance, but I will stay optimistic and see if they can better the single-camera performance of the HTC U11, Samsung S10e (non-wide), iPhone Xmas (no bokeh), and Google Pixel 3XL... if they can even match the old HTC U11, I think majority of people will be satisfied, and its possible for them to surpass the Google Pixel 3XL, which would be great for their marketing (but maybe not as good for marketing as flashy slogans like "Zeiss", "Leica", and dual/triple/quad cameras).
...let's wait and see if the phone will live up to Meizu's hype!
in quality of photos in comparing with Xiaomi Mi9 (special night mode) ,meizu has no chance..i think, sorry (i think in those pictures in article was used normal or automatic mode of Mi9, not special night mode, im for sure) (i suppouse same price level approx flagship) and by night photos specially with using google camera app port abolutely no chance with this..