Meizu 16Xs renders leaked on TENAA
Meizu’s 16s flagship has recently gone on sale, with preliminary AnTuTu benchmarks posted by Meizu’s developers showing that it is quite a bit faster than Xiaomi’s Mi 9 and Samsung’s Galaxy S10. There should also be a mid-range model dubbed 16Xs, as revealed by a couple of new images posted on TENAA, and this one is supposed to compete with the Xiaomi Mi 9 SE.
The upcoming Meizu mid-ranger hasn’t yet received the TENAA certification, so the specs are not yet added to the database. However, Mysmartprice informs that the 16Xs model is supposed to be powered by the newly released 10 nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 712 SoC, so it should be around 10% faster than models sporting the Snapdragon 710. As far as memory options are concerned, the 16Xs is rumored to integrate 6 GB of RAM and a choice between 64 and 128 GB storage.
Analyzing the front and rear images posted on TENAA, the display appears to have no notch, but the selfie cam is still integrated in the upper bezel of the display. The rear side features a triple-cam setup, possibly with a main 48 MP sensor. No fingerprint sensor on the back clearly signals an in-display variant.
Mysmartprice estimates that the the Meizu 16Xs will cost around US$360.
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