Meizu teases a 30W power bank to go with its impending 2020 flagship phone
Meizu has already hyped the imminent Snapdragon 865-powered 17 5G phone with specs such as UFS 3.1 and 30-watt charging. This will be delivered through a proprietary standard called the mCharge system. Now, according to a new poster, it may also release a power bank with the same kind of charging.
Further leaks have suggested that its compatible phone may come with a GaN power brick out of the box. This state-of-the-art charging technology is credited with improved speeds and efficiency compared to traditional silicon, along with less heat emitted while in use.
This, then, may be why a Meizu representative has reportedly stated there is "no need to worry" while using the 17's apparent combination of charging specs. It may also be fortuitious should the rumored Pro variant of this phone with 40W charging (and wireless charging) also turn up at the OEM's launch event, which is scheduled for May 8, 2020.
This live-stream may also confirm or deny new tips that point to a ceramic rear panel in this 17 Pro 5G, which may come in an "azure" finish.