Meizu’s next flagship smartphone, the Meizu 16s is all set to be launched in China on April 23. Ahead of its official launch, Meizu today posted a new video on Weibo, showing off the smooth performance that its upcoming flagship is capable of delivering. The Meizu 16s will ship with Flyme 7.3 version out of the box.
Meizu 16s Hands-On Video Reveals Impressive Real-World Performance
The Meizu 16s will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 octa-core chipset running under its hood, which happens to be among the most powerful mobile chipsets available currently. In addition to the powerful chipset, it appears Meizu has done a great job optimizing Flyme 7.3 for its upcoming flagship device. As you can see in the hands-on video below, the Meizu 16s opens up apps very quickly. It will also come with Meizu’s “Smart Freeze 3.0” optimization feature, which will freeze background apps to boost performance and also help save battery life. The device seen in the video below is said to be the 8GB RAM variant of the Meizu 16s. The 6GB RAM variant of the smartphone is said to be nearly as fast when it comes real-world performance.
Meizu 16s had been spotted on the TENAA website earlier this month, revealing its design as well as key specifications. The smartphone will sport a notch-less Super AMOLED display panel measuring 6.2-inches diagonally with 1080 x 2232 pixels Full HD+ resolution and an In-display fingerprint sensor. On the back of the flagship phone will be a 48MP +20MP dual-camera setup with a laser AF sensor placed below the two sensors. The smartphone will have a 3540mAh capacity battery with 24W fast charging support. In terms of storage, the 6GB RAM variant of the phone is expected to have 128GB internal storage. On the other hand, the 8GB RAM variant will likely include 256GB onboard storage.