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Meizu 16Xs Mid-Range Smartphone with Triple Camera Setup Appears on TENAA

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It’s been one month since Meizu 16s was revealed but now, the Chinese based company is getting ready to launch its successor. The new smartphone is going to be called Meizu 16Xs and the reason why we know this is because the smartphone has just been spotted in a TENAA report.

For those who are unfamiliar with this type of reports, they should know that all tech companies who want to launch their smartphones in China are required to get them approved by TENAA first. Therefore, Meizu 16Xs is going to be officially announced during the upcoming days.

Meizu 16Xs

Just like Meizu 16s, the new Meizu 16Xs will be a mid-range smartphone that will ship with reliable hardware specs and a premium user experience. Since this is a mid-range smartphone we are talking about, we can expect Meizu 16Xs to feature an affordable price tag. Last year’s Meizu 16X model was priced at $300 and therefore, Meizu 16Xs is not going to be more expensive than $300p.

Simple Design

From the looks of it, Meizu 16Xs is not going to feature an outstanding full-screen design and instead, the smartphone will ship with small top and bottom bezels. The smartphone is also going to feature a selfie camera located inside the top bezel.

Key Selling Features

The TENAA report unveiled that Meizu 16Xs will eb powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 712 SoC which is paired with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage space. While Meizu 16Xs might not be that impressive when it comes to design, we can’t deny the fact that it looks really good in terms of hardware specs.

Another highlight feature of Meizu 16Xs is going to be the triple camera setup that is mounted on the back. In addition, the camera is bundled with a LED flash.

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