According to the latest data published yesterday by the Chinese National Center for Quality Certification, two new 5G models from Meizu, M181Q and M191Q, have received 3C certification. As can be seen from the photo, these two new models are manufactured by Huizhou Miki Communication Equipment and Meili Technology respectively. The Meizu 17 series models were the M081Q and M091Q, so the M181Q and M191Q are expected to be the new Meizu 18 and Meizu 18 Pro, respectively.
It is impressive that the Meizu 18 series will follow the already popular trend related to environmental protection and will be sold without charging adapters. The charging speed is slightly improved compared to Meizu 17 series. Meizu 18 will support three charging modes and maximum power 36W (5V/3A, 10V/3A and 12V/3A), and Meizu 18 Pro – up to 40W (5V/4A, 10V/4A and 20V/2A). It is not yet clear whether the more expensive model will be able to charge wirelessly.
It is already known that Meizu 18 series will be equipped with Qualcomm’s leading 5G mobile platform – Snapdragon 888. It is rumored that this time the selfie camera will be located in a centered hole in the display. There is speculation about the other characteristics of the new company’s flagships, but so far everything is only in the realm of conjecture.
Also yesterday, 3C certification passed and TD-LTE wireless data terminal, model M007W. This is most likely the long-awaited Meizu Smart Watch with a custom Flyme for Watch operating system. It will support a charging power of 7.5W (5V/1.5A). And it will be sold without a charging adapter in the kit. This suggests that it may be charging wirelessly, rather than with a plug-in adapter like most smart watches. Meizu Smart Watch will be able to use independently of a mobile phone, as it will support 4G LTE network. It is possible that this is through eSIM.