Meizu 18 and Meizu 18 Pro Specifications
Predictably, after the Spring Festival, the flagships of various manufacturers began to be released one after another, which also includes the Meizu, which has few new products last year. Yesterday, we report that two new Meizu models M191Q and M181Q passed the 3C certification, supporting up to 40W fast charging, but specifying that they are not sold with power adapters.
The configuration of a major upgrade Weibo blogger broke the news that the two new machines can be confirmed as the Meizu iteration of the new Snapdragon 888, named probably the Meizu 18 and Meizu 18 Pro, listed early this year, is expected to be released in the first quarter.
Specifically, the filing information of the two new machines shows that the Meizu 18 standard version is equipped with a 30W charger and a battery capacity of 3910mAh; the high version Meizu 18 Pro is a 40W charger and a battery capacity of 4410mAh. The big upgrade other aspects, Meizu 18 series using a native FHD+ 120Hz OLED flexible screen, digging hole form, the use of the latest Samsung E4 material, the brightness is improved while reducing power consumption. Besides the Qualcomm’s latest flagship Snapdragon 888, also equipped with LPDDR5 + UFS 3.1 is not expected to be absent.
Besides the flagship, Meizu 18 Series Meizu Watch M007W also entered the network, supports 4G eSIM, should be an intelligent system, 7.5W charger for the record information is also not standard sales. The Meizu Watch patent map, code-named 007, matches the network model. There may be detailed differences in the design of the real machine, but it’s roughly the same, and it feels okay.
It is worth mentioning that Meizu officially revealed earlier that the Meizu smartwatch Flyme Watch is aiming to go on sale in the first quarter of this year. According to previous information, Meizu Watch has been in production since before December last year, and the device is powered by a 420mAh battery produced by Guardian.
Meizu has previously applied for registration of the watch system “Flyme For WATCH” “MEIZU WATCH” and other trademarks. Besides, Meizu’s official microblogging has also announced that Meizu plans to launch Flyme for Watch in the fourth quarter of 2020, confirming that the company plans to launch a smartwatch product that has jumped the gun until this spring, but at least confirms that Meizu Watch is on its way.