Meizu 16s Renders Leaked Online Revealing Triple Camera Setup

After the launch of the Meizu 16 and Meizu 16 Plus, Chinese smartphone maker Meizu is currently working on a new smartphone from the series. This upcoming smartphone called the Meizu 16s will be the successor to the previously launched smartphones. Last week it was confirmed that this smartphone will be powered by the upcoming 7nm Snapdragon 8150 processor. The 8150 processor will most probably power most of the phones that will launch in 2019.

Meizu 16s: Revealed Features

Recently, an image leaked online revealing the design and features of the upcoming Meizu 16s smartphone. The image flaunts the upcoming Meizu smartphone in a white colour variant. According to the image, it is a triple camera smartphone, with the camera set up on the rear panel. This camera setup is placed exactly in the centre and is arranged vertically. Just like the predecessor, even this smartphone will come with a ring flash below the camera sensors.

On the design end, the smartphone looks a lot like the previously launched Meizu 16. The leaked image also reveals that the Meizu 16s will sport a notch-less display with almost 100 per cent screen-to-body ratio. Additionally, in spite of ditching the bezels, the company has managed to create a design even without a notch.

Meizu 16s Renders Leaked Online Revealing Triple Camera Setup

Furthermore, as there is no indication of a fingerprint sensor on the rear panel, there are high chances of the smartphone featuring an under display fingerprint scanner. Apart from this, the other features revealed are a 3.5mm headphone jack and a USB type-C port accompanied by a speaker grille at the bottom.

As of now, this is all that the renders reveal. Apart from the Snapdragon 8150 SoC, the Meizu 16s will also come with 8GB of RAM. The smartphone is also expected to launch with support for wireless charging. However, it is safe to take these rumours with a pinch of salt. Moreover, as 2018 is almost over, we can expect this smartphone to make its debut sometime during early 2019.


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