In a special event in which Meizu was dispatched with three new phones and a new color variant for its latest flagship phone pair, the Meizu 16 and Meizu 16 Plus, the star of the event was the new model introduced to the couple. flaghships. With a Snapdragon 710 and an intra-display fingerprint sensor, Meizu announces the Meizu 16X.
This phone is everything we would expect from a medium-high-end smartphone from Meizu, a company that has grown up in the competitive hostility of the Chinese market: the Meizu 16X is powerful and economically accessible.
Not all the hardware features of the Meizu 16X were revealed during its official presentation, but at least the most important or, better said, the most striking ones for the usual consumers, have been made known.
For example, we know that the Meizu 16X is equipped with a 6-inch AMOLED display with Full HD+ resolution that accommodates a fingerprint sensor under it; a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 processor; 6GB of RAM; 64 GB and 128GB of expandable internal storage capacity via microSD card; a dual rear camera with 12.0MP and 20.0MP sensors; an anterior camera for selfies with a 20-megapixel sensor; a humble battery of 3000mAh; and finally, Android 8.0 Oreo installed from the factory along with the relevant Flyme skin in a version not yet revealed.
For the different storage capacities we also know that the Meizu will be offered in a variant with 64GB of storage at an approximate price of US $300, while for another US $50 the variant of the Meizu 16X with 128GB of storage can be purchased.
When buying the Meizu 16X, as with other phones, we can also choose its color, in this case, there are three that are offered: “Jet Black” (“Black Jet”), “Noble Gold” ( “Dorado Noble”) and “Ru White” (“Tan Blanco“).
But during this presentation event of the Meizu 16X, the Chinese company also had time to present a new color variant for its most important flagships this year, the Meizu 16 and the Meizu 16 Plus. Well, in addition to the already known variants of black, gold and white available with the Meizu 16 and 16 Plus, now also a variant “Aurora Blue” (“Aurora Blue”) is added.
This color variant is a iridescent variant that shows gradients of blue or green depending on the degree to which it is impacted by light and, for such fine coloring work on the Meizu 16 and Meizu 16 Plus, it will be necessary to pay US $15 more than We would normally pay for one of these phones.