We are just two days from the official presentation of Meizu 16s Pro, the next high-end smartphone from the Chinese manufacturer. Now the first results of performance tests have finally come.
In addition to confirming some of its high end specs, this test on the Geekbench platform also confirms high level performance by reaching 3570 and 9493 points in the single and multi-core tests respectively.
What do we know about Meizu 16s Pro
Apparently, in terms of design, there will be almost no differences between the "Pro" model and the original Meizu 16s. One of the most desired improvements is exactly on the processor, where we will have the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+. Still regarding its performance, the recent Geekbench test confirmed the presence of at least 8GB of RAM.
According to the various rumors that have been circulating, it is believed that it will arrive with a 6.2 "inch AMOLED screen, Full HD + resolution and fingerprint reader.
In the photographic segment, you should have no problem delivering impressive results. However, it seems that different information circulates about its main module. While there seems to be a presence of a 48MP main sensor (wide angle) and a 20MP secondary sensor (telephoto), it has not yet been confirmed whether it will have three or four sensors. Dedicated to selfies, will be a 20MP front camera.
Interestingly, the front camera will not be integrated into a pop-up, notch or punch hole system. Instead, the brand chose to use a slightly wider top margin to accommodate the camera.
Powering the Meizu 16s Pro should be a 3,600mAh battery with 24W quick charge support. In addition, it has also been confirmed that it will arrive from the factory with Android Pie.
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