During the past few weeks, reports out of China have suggested that Meizu will be unveiling a new handset dubbed as the Meizu 16Xs later this month. This handset will be an improved version of the current Meizu X and is said to rival the current Xiaomi Mi 9 SE which has became one of the most popular mid-ranger smartphone in the Chinese market.
According to the latest rumors, the Meizu 16Xs is said to come with a model number M926Q which will be driven by a Snapdragon 712 SoC. There will be two models available with one touting a 6GB+64GB memory configuration, as well as a higher-end model with 6GB+128GB setup.
Aside from that, the device is also expected to feature a triple-camera module on its rear chassis which is another major upgrade from the Meizu 16X which only has a dual-camera setup. As for its pricing, the Meizu 16Xs could cost around 2,500 Yuan (US$ 364).