Meizu’s 16 series of flagship smartphones is set to arrive sometime in August. A lot of buzz surrounding the duo has been created by Meizu’s founder, Jack Wong on Meizu’s forums. The founder has also revealed juicy nuggets of information regarding the smartphone. Speaking of which, here’s something unofficial. The Meizu 16 seems to have been tested on AnTuTu and a snapshot of the test is now in front of us.
Meizu 16: A beastly phone
We’re well aware that the second flagship in 4 months from Meizu will rock a Snapdragon 845 chip. However, the score it recorded on the benchmarks shows it will be a beast. The Meizu16 with model number m1882 clocked a score of 291,866 on AnTuTu. While it is possible to fake AnTuTu scores, the model number does belong to the 16. However, talking about the score, it has managed to outpace the Xiaomi Mi 8, the OnePlus 6, the Vivo Nex, and the BlackShark. Below are the scores:
- Xiaomi Mi 8 – 273,321
- OnePlus 6 – 282,275
- Vivo Nex – 284,227
- Black Shark – 289,959
There’s plenty of stuff we know about the flagship. For one, there will be a Plus model with model number m1892. The duo is expected to get a 5.6-inch & 6.1-inch OLED display for the Meizu 16 and 16 Plus respectively. An on-screen fingerprint reader has also been teased by Meizu’s CEO last month. The most recent leaked images have also made it very certain that the upcoming phone will get a pretty thin top and bottom bezels, even more than the Galaxy S9.