Meizu’s new flagship gadgets were first seen side-by-side with a screen-embedded fingerprint scanner and different screen frame thicknesses. Meizu 16 Plus can offer a much better screen / trunk ratio than the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus with slim frames.
Chinese smartphone maker Meizu will introduce the new flagship Meizu 16 and Meizu 16 Plus, organizing this year’s most important launch event for the company at the end of August. We do not have a lot of knowledge about both devices yet, but the photos shared on Twitter and allegedly belonging to the new Meizu flagship, provide very serious tips about the designs of the Meizu 16 and 16 Plus.
The first thing to notice in the photo is that the device on the left that is thought to be the ‘Plus’ model has much thinner screen frames than the device on the right which is thought to be the ‘standard’ model. We do not expect the Meizu 16 Plus to compete with Vivo Nex or Oppo Find X for this screen frame and screen / body ratio, but we can say it has finer frames than Samsung’s latest flagship Galaxy S9 Plus.
The second point that draws attention is the presence of a fingerprint symbol on the screen of the Meizu 16 Plus. This means that the Plus model will have an embedded fingerprint scanner on the screen, and a phone must have an OLED screen to have the embedded fingerprint scanner on the screen. So we can say that the Meizu 16 Plus will have an OLED screen in 18: 9 format, and biometric security will be found in the embedded fingerprint scanner.
Meizu 16 and Meizu 16 Plus are expected to be powered by Snapdragon 845, Qualcomm’s most powerful processor available. There is no information on other hardware features of the device yet, but it is predicted that the device will not be charged for the price of 510. But with the tax to be added, the price of the device may increase somewhat.