China launched Meizu 16xs with triple rear camera and a Snapdragon 675
Chinese smartphone maker Meizu has expanded its products with another model called Meizu 16xs. It borrows most of the characteristics of Meizu 16s launched earlier in April this year.
We must admit that the appearance of smartphone is not impressed. It is very similar to the previous tubes from the 16th series. There is a sense that the brand creates clones, changing the processor name. Even manufacturers who make paper cups offer a more vibrant and diverse range. Even if the cover stopped doing monotonous, even the cups and those are ribbed.
Back to the hardware component. The new smartphone has a 6.2-inch FHD+ display with AMOLED-panel, form-fitting top and setting on the edge. Instead of the popular recess draws attention to the subtle framing with the camera for a selfie at the top. The fingerprint scanner in it placed under the display. Meizu 16xs available in four color options – black, reddish-orange, white and dark blue. Scanner, probably the only thing that can attract fans of tech products.
Existing module triple rear camera consists of a main sensor Sony IMX586 48 MP, super wide and telephoto lens lenses on 8 and 5 megapixels respectively. On the front side of the smartphone featured a 16-megapixel module for selfies. The camera is supported by a number of AI functions, including scene recognition, super night scene and portrait modes, HDR+.
Meizu 16xs is equipped with a 675 Snapdragon processor combined with 6 GB of RAM. It’s solid, but not impressive. It offers two options for internal memory on the 64 and 128 GB. High speed games supported by Hyper Gaming. It is powered by 4000 mAh battery with fast charging at 18 watts. In the software against the hardware runs a standard Android 9,0 Pie with a proprietary Flyme OS on top. Connectivity options are dual SIM, VoLTE, Bluetooth, GPS and USB Type-C.
New memory 6/64 GB in dollar terms is worth $246 and configuration 6/128 GB — $289. According to the editorial Smartphone.ua the price objective. Sales have already started in China.