Meizu is going to launch its new smartphone soon in India. For this, the company has been posting the teaser to the Meizu India Twitter handle from the last few days. In the first tweet on November 28, the company has said that the new smartphone will be launched in India 7 days later, that is, it will be offered in the second week of December.

After this, Tweets from Meizu India show that the upcoming device will have an in-display fingerprint scanner and it will be equipped with a smartphone dual rear camera setup.

The smartphone’s front look also appears in the picture. Front Look, Dual Rear Camera and In-Display Fingerprint Scanner It shows that this smartphone is the Meizu 16, which will be launched in India. The company has already introduced Meizu 16 with the Meizu 16 Plus in China in August.

In China, the company launched Meizu 16 in three variants, including 6GB RAM + 64GB storage, 6GB + 128GB and 8GB + 128GB. Now we have to see how many variants the company offers in India and what will be the cost of it.

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Meizu 16 specifications

The Meizu 16 has a 6-inch Full HD Plus Super AMOLED display with screen resolution of 1080 x 2160 pixels. This smartphone runs with the Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and Adreno 630 GPU.  

In this smartphone, you have 12MP wide-angle lens with Sony IMX380 sensor, aperture f / 1.8, PDAF, laser auto-focus and the second 20MP telephoto lens in which the Sony IMX350 sensor and aperture f2.6. For selfie and video calling it has a 20MP front camera aperture f / 2.0.

The Meizu 16 has a 3010mAh battery with mCharge Fast Charging support. This smartphone runs on Flyme OS based on the Android 8.1 OS operating system. With the in-display fingerprint in the device, you will also get the facility of AI Face Unlock.

For connectivity, it has 4G VoLTE, WiFi 802.11 ac (2.4GHz + 5GHz), Bluetooth 5, GPS + GLONASS W and USB Type-C port. The total measurement of this device is 150.5 × 73.2 × 7.3 mm and weighing 152 grams.

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