Chinese brand Meizu has launched one among the first smartphones to come with the Qualcomm’s midrange powerhouse, Snapdragon 710 in China – Meizu 16X. The company releases the device as a mid-range successor to its flagship models Meizu 16 & 16 Plus, which came with a Snapdragon 845 under the hood. The smartphone looks exactly the same as the latter, and only the core hardware features seem to differ from the higher option model.
Talking of the hardware specifications, Meizu 16X comes with a 6-inch FullHD+ AMOLED display having a screen-to-body ratio of 90.62%, claims company. Even though without a notch on the top, the company managed to get rid of the bezels to an extent. Still, the top and bottom chins got little thickness. On the rear metal unibody, the company employs a 12+20MP sensors pair, while the selfie snapper is a bigger 20MP sensor.
Concerning the processor, the Meizu 16X is one of the first smartphones that come with the Snapdragon 710. As the name counts, the chipset outperforms the previous powerful midrange Snapdragon 660 in all aspect. So, the smartphone becomes a great midrange option for buyers. The hardware is coupled with a 4GB or 6GB of RAM on the board. Also, the chipset integrates a Turo powered Adreno GPU, which helps in delivering great smartphone gaming experience. The fingerprint scanner is also placed under the screen.
Other details about the smartphone are yet to be out. The availability will be limited within China, starting price at CNY 2098 (approximately USD 300).