Earlier today, Meizu has begun sending out press invites for their upcoming launch event where they will be officially announcing their latest Meizu 16Xs – an upgraded version of the Meizu 16X which was announced in September last year.
The press invite seen above provide an obvious hint that the device will be featuring a triple-camera setup which was already confirmed via the device’s TENAA listing last week. According to reports out of China, the Meizu 16Xs is expected to go head on against the newly released Xiaomi Mi 9 SE which has became one of the most popular premium mid-ranger handset within the Chinese market.
Specs-wise, the Meizu 16Xs will come with a 6.2-inches AMOLED display with 2232 x 1080 pixels screen resolution. Under the hood, it will be driven by an octa-core processor alongside 6GB of RAM and 64GB internal storage space in its memory compartment. Even though its TENAA listing reveals only a 64GB model, but we do expect it to come with a higher-end model with 128GB onboard storage as well.
Moving to its camera, the Meizu 16Xs will have a 48MP+5MP+8MP triple-camera setup on its rear chassis, as well as a 16MP selfie cam. A 3,900mAh non-removable battery will be available to keep its lights on for a decent amount of time.