The CEO of chinese smartphone maker Meizu, Jack Wong has always been very open in terms of the company’s future products. For Example: Most of the hardware that the Meizu 16 and Meizu 16 plus offer was already known well by everyone in the mobile market prior to their release. And literally all of these information came directly from the CEO himself.
In a recent community discussion, the CEO gave away some very important regarding the upcoming Meizu 16X – a mid-range alternative to almost all of the flagships from the same lineup. Mr. Jack Wong said that the upcoming 16X would come with pretty much the same hardware as the standard Meizu 16 with the main difference being the SoC.
Well, I guess we all know what SoC he is talking about – Snapdragon 710. We also assume that the camera setup and the memory configuration will remain unchanged. The best thing is that the CEO also mentions that the device will consists of an in-display fingerprint sensor.
Given the fact that both the Meizu 16 phones comes with great price tags. It is expected that the Meizu 16X might also turn out to be a good mid-range solution as the CEO promised a few months back.