Meizu is preparing to launch a new flagship series, the Meizu 20. It will include at least two models – the vanilla version and the Meizu 20 Pro. The latter has caused a lot of stir on the net. The reason is its minimalistic and sleek design.
Today, a Weibo tipster showed the render of the Meizu 20 Pro. From it, we can see that the phone will adopt a full-screen display with a punch-hole camera at the upper central area of the screen. The display is flat and quite attractive. By the way, the Xiaomi 13 and Apple iPhone 14 use a similar screen design. The flat bezels of the device are also visible in the leaked renders. Plus, we can see that at least one of the colorways will be gray.
The phone has a matte finish and four camera lenses on the back. Each of the four distinct circular camera cutouts on the back has a single camera sensor. The recently launched Galaxy S23 series shares many similarities in terms of camera protrusion and alignment. In some sense, it is a hybrid of Samsung Galaxy S23 and Xiaomi 13.
As for the specifications, we don’t know much for the time being. However, the brand has previously confirmed that the smartphone will run on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 mobile platform, which will be paired with LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 flash storage. This makes it one of the most powerful smartphones on the market. On the software front, the Meizu 20 Pro is expected to run on Android 13 with Meizu Flyme UI on top.
The device is also rumored to have a host of new features, including a revamped Always-on Display, improved app management, and enhanced security features.
Lastly, a Meizu smartphone with the model “meizu m2392” has appeared on Geekbench. We guess it’s our protagonist. The machine has a single-core running score of 1409, and a multi-core running score of 4199. The model tested on the benchmark platform comes with a chip that has a super-core frequency of 3.19GHz, and 12GB of memory.