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Alleged Meizu 16Xs with notchless display, triple rear cameras spotted on TENAA

18 May 2019 2

A new Meizu smartphone has been spotted on the Chinese certification TENAA website. The phone is listed with the model number Meizu M926Q which is claimed to get released as Meizu 16Xs. If this name sounds familiar, it is because of the Meizu 16X smartphone that was released last year. This upcoming phone is likely to be an upgraded version of the existing phone.

The TENAA listing also shows Meizu 16Xs images offering an idea of what to expect in terms of design. Starting with the front panel, the smartphone has a notchless display like the predecessor. It means the phone will have thicker bezels which are quite the opposite of what most of the phones from other competitions are offering.

The Meizu 16Xs is said to sport a 6-inch Full HD+ display with 90.62% screen-to-body ratio. The images also show a triple rear camera set up on the back panel. The setup is vertically-aligned on the top left side along with LED flash. There is also a possibility of the in-display fingerprint scanner which is the newest trend among smartphones.

While most details are still missing, the Meizu 16Xs is more likely to be a mid-range smartphone. It means we could see the Qualcomm Snapdragon 712 processor coupled with 6GB of RAM and up to 128GB internal storage. We will be sharing more details about the phone as and when they will become public.

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Alleged Meizu 16Xs with notchless display, triple rear cameras spotted on TENAA
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