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The first photo of the Meizu 16 shows its great design and huge screen

Meizu has in hand what will be your most important mobile in a long time. Until a few years ago this company was more or less on par with Xiaomi in the international arena. However, the race for the internationalization of Lei Jun's company has positioned it closer to Huawei or Samsung than its Chinese rivals, at least outside the borders of its native country.

Meizu had to give a rudder and it seems that he will use the new family Meizu 16, two terminals that will be somewhat more different from each other than we thought but will finally live up to the flagships of each house.

A novel design

The most striking thing about this mobile is that Meizu finally risks something in design, without being something spectacular, we see how the edges have been greatly reduced and that there is no bet for the notch, something that many will like.

The side frames have been almost completely removed and the upper and lower ones have been greatly reduced, vaguely recalling the Galaxy S9.

Print performance

It is confirmed that the features of this model will be on par with mobiles such as the OnePlus 6, the best Xiaomi or the most powerful devices of Huawei or Samsung.

A computer-created image shows that there will be no fingerprint sensor behind, which coincides with the registered patent and the front image but is no guarantee that it has a fingerprint sensor on the screen. However, everything points to that.

The Meizu 16 PRO will have a Snapdragon 845 while the Meizu 16 will opt for the Snapdragon 710. Both will have OLED displays with FHD + resolution and 3D Press technology, something we thought had already gone out of style.

The normal model is expected to have two cameras and the PRO three in the back, but there are no pictures of it yet.

August is the date chosen for the presentation although for now there is no specific day and we do not know if they will be announced for markets other than Chinese.