Meizu 16 Plus realistic photo with ultra-thin bezel, fingerprint sensor under the screen

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After a series of recent leaks, the latest leak related to the Meizu 16 Plus is a snapshot of the device, posted on the Weibo Chinese social network.

As it is known, Meizu will launch two flagship models of the company, Meizu 16 and Meizu 16 Plus, on August 8th. In addition to rumors on the specifications of the two phones, the actual image of the Meizu 16 Plus has suddenly leaked online, revealing two of its most important touches. One of them is the ultra-thin bezel and the other is the fingerprint sensor under the screen.

Leakage image of Meizu 16 Plus with an ultra-thin bezel and fingerprint sensor under the screen.

Looking at from the front, the Meizu 16 Plus looks pretty and quite similar to the Galaxy S9. This non-rabbit ears smartphone seems to have borrowed a lot of ideas from the flagship of Samsung. However, the side of the machine is not as curvy as the Galaxy S9. The top bezel is where the speakerphone, front camera, and other sensors are located. The bottom bezel is slightly thicker on both sides and has been removed from the physical capacitance keys. In addition, the fingerprint sensor will be integrated into the screen and located in the bottom half of the device as in the image above.

According to recent reports, Meizu 16 Plus will be equipped with Super AMOLED screen, with a size of 6.5 inches, the ratio of 18: 9. It’s powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 processor, which combines 8GB of RAM. Through the leaked image, it can be predicted that Meizu 16 Plus will have at least two color options of Black and White.


The image above fits quite well with the posters advertised by Meizu.

Earlier, Meizu’s chief executive, Jack Wong, revealed the price of the Meizu 16 Plus. According to him, the phone will cost 3299 yuan ($485) for the 8GB RAM / 128GB of internal memory and 3599 yuan for the 8GB RAM / 256GB of internal memory.


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