Meizu will be unveiling their latest Meizu 16s Pro flagship on August 28th later this month. The device will be driven by the latest Snapdragon 855 Plus SoC under the hood and has achieved an incredible score of 464,411 points on AnTuTu benchmark.
Shortly after the device made its appearance on AnTuTu, Meizu’s vice president Hua Hailiang also posted the first-ever render of the Meizu 16s Pro (in its green color option) on his Weibo microblog.
From the render itself, we could see minimal bezels around the top and bottom chin area. The device will also deploys a curved display which is effective in eliminating its side bezels to attain a full screen view. Since there isn’t any visible hole-punch compartment on its front panel, we can safely assume that its selfie camera is mostly housed along its top bezel.
Meizu 16s Pro
Courtesy of the Meizu 16s Pro’s AnTuTu listing, we have learned that the device will be arriving with a 2232 x 1080 pixels screen resolution with an unknown screen size.
In it’s memory compartment, there will be 6GB worth of RAM and 128GB internal storage space. However, rumors have been suggesting that the device will also be available in several higher-end models which have up to 12GB RAM and 512GB onboard storage.
Similarly, the device is said to feature a 48 megapixels main snapper which probably have a triple-camera configuration. At the front, there is also a 20 megapixels sensor for selfie and video-calling purposes.
Software-wise, the Meizu 16s Pro could be the first Meizu smartphone to sport the company’s latest Flyme 8 UI which is based on the current Android Pie OS. Although there isn’t any details on it’s battery capacity, but the recent 3C certification had revealed that the device will support 24W fast-charging.