Meizu 15 Plus spotted on AnTuTu; powered with Exynos 8895

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Chinese smartphone manufacturer Meizu is just a few days away from launching their forthcoming flagship smartphones Meizu 15 and Meizu 15 plus, as a part of company’s 15th anniversary. Both the smartphone have appeared many times before, showing the complete smartphone hardware specifications. The device, once again, showed itself off online; this time on AnTuTu Benchmarking platform.

Even though the Meizu 15 and 15 Plus smartphones appeared in TENAA before, there were no mentions regarding the chipset or the CPU it would be carrying. Now, from the AnTuTu listing, it is confirmed that the Meizu 15 Plus carries Samsung’s Exynos 8895 Chipset under the hood. The same powerful chipset is used with the Samsung’s previous Galaxy S8 flagship smartphone from 2017. At least, as a flagship device, we were expecting the latest Chipset embedded (Exynos 9910, to be precise).

Meizu 15 Plus appeared on AnTuTu
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Aside, the Meizu 15 Plus features a GB of RAM onboard, coupled with 6GB of Internal primary storage. The company is implementing the trendy 18:9 AMOLED panel to the device body, having a resolution of Full HD+. The display size, as per the TENAA, is 5.95-inches. Meizu’s anniversary flagship will juice a 3,430mAh battery. The main camera setup is expected to carry the pair of sensors having the maximum resolution of 20MP and 12MP, apparently one with Telephoto zoom lens. Also, there is a 20MP one on the front.

On the contrary, the lower variant Meizu 15 is coming the with the same processor and RAM amount on board, but, with a smaller display and below par camera hardware. Both the Meizu 15 and Meizu 15 Plus are set to launch on April 22.

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