Meizu may return to China in March, and for the 20th anniversary of its founding Meizu 20 Pro with a smartphone. The device will reportedly debut on March 30, but the manufacturer has not yet confirmed this. At the same time, On Weibo they uploaded four posters on which more important information about the hardware was presented. On the one hand, the device will have an E6 LTPO AMOLED display with a 2K resolution, a dynamic update between 1 and 120 Hz and a maximum brightness of 1800 nits.
Information provided by Meizu about the hardware of the new device. (source: Weibo) [+]
Also shared by the manufacturer, thus confirmed information, is that the Meizu 20 Pro will receive the latest LPDDR5x type operational memory, UFS 4.0 storage and a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 system chip alongside them. The energy will be provided by a 5000 mAh battery, charging will be possible with a maximum of 80 watts wired and 50 watts wirelessly. And the fourth line of information is that there will be an ultra-wideband (UWB) chip in the device, which supports the CCC3.0 standard, so the phone can also function as a digital car key. The latter is not really a surprising extra, since the Meizu brand is owned by the car manufacturer Geely.
Meizu 20 Pro from the back. (source: Weibo) [+]
THE Digital Chat Station in the photo shared by . The photo reveals that the rear cameras and sensors will be arranged in four separate rings placed one below the other, the frame will have straight edges, and the display and the back will be flat. Except for the placement of the label, the appearance of the Meizu 20 Pro gives the impression that a Samsung Galaxy S23+ has another camera attached to the back. Like all top Android devices, Meizu’s new phone will unsurprisingly use a USB Type-C connector, as the photo shows.