Meizu presented two phones from the premium segment – Meizu 16th and Meizu 16th Plus. For the first time, the company uses a flagship chipset from Qualcomm, Snapdragon 845 (10 nm), and liquid cooling.
The two smartphones are almost frameless, without a slot in the display, with a symmetrical design and a screen/body ratio of 89.57% and 91.18% with screen sizes of 6.0″ and 6.5″, respectively. The phones have Super AMOLED FHD+ 2160×1080 displays from Samsung, with built-in fingerprint sensors and only 7.3mm thick.
Available in 6GB and 8GB LPDDR4X RAM and 64GB to 256GB UFS 2.1 storage. The batteries have capacities of 3010mAh and 3640mAh, respectively for Meizu 16th and Meizu 16th Plus.
The Meizu 16th series is equipped with a 20MP f/2.0 front camera with the ArcSoft AI algorithm. The rear cameras are dual with 12MP IMX380 f/1.8 1.55 μm main sensor and 20MP IMX350 f/2.6 additional, which is responsible for up to 3 times zoom without loss of quality and bokeh effect.
Meizu 16th and Meizu 16th Plus come pre-installed with Flyme 7, based on Android Oreo, and Super Swipe gesture control technology, but also have an option for Super mBack 2.0 and Android navigation.