Finally, the date for the expected device has been announced. Meizu looks like it will revolutionize the 18 and 18 Pro cameras.
Meizu recently announced that it will launch the Flyme 9 on March 2 and the Meizu 18 5G series on March 3. Through the promotional visuals, we learned that the standard version will come with the Snapdragon 8XX chip, and the Pro will meet the users with the Snapdragon 888 + chipset. Snapdragon 888 + UFS3.1 will be the combination of internal storage + LPDDR5 memory. Thus, the latter will provide performance like the first model.
Today, Meizu Technology officially said that I will display your beauty in the prosperous era in an elegant way thanks to the 44MP magnificent front camera of the Pro version. In this context, a Weibo blogger stated that the 18 Pro’s bore diameter is 3.8mm ±. WHYLAB sources said that the 18 Pro’s selfie camera will support the Rainbow Soft algorithm.
The manufacturer previously said that all models of the 18 series will come with curved screens. Moreover, all will have a center cut hole design. The 18 Pro uses a 2K screen and the 18 uses a 6.2-inch screen. The Meizu 18 will be launched with Qualcomm’s latest generation ultrasonic under-display fingerprint technology called Qualcomm 3D Sonic Sensor.
According to previous reports, the basic version of the Meizu 18 will be 3C certified, built-in 4000mAh battery + 36W fast charging. This will allow the phone to charge up to 80% within half an hour. The Pro model will also offer a Snapdragon 888 chipset, a 20MP lens on the front camera, a 48MP + 48MP + 8MP + ToF matrix module on the rear camera, a built-in 4500mAh battery that supports 40W fast charging with 3C approval, and more.
However, it is worth noting that Meizu, like Apple and many other companies, has decided to remove the charger from the box. In other words, we will have to buy a charging adapter. Let’s see if the company that cannot see the value it deserves will wreak havoc with its new model. We’ll see it all together, but with a good sales strategy, why not.