It has been three weeks since Meizu announced the Meizu 15 series. Both the Meizu 15 and Meizu 15 Plus have the same dual rear cameras configuration which Meizu says performs excellently under low-light. To prove it, Meizu took the phone for a dive in the ocean.
Meizu partnered with JD.com, one of China’s top retailers and went on a scientific voyage to explore the Blue Grotto of Saipan, a popular location at the Mariana Islands.
The Meizu 15 with the help of its dual cameras does take some impressive photos. The phone uses the Sony IMX380 sensor, the same one in the Huawei P20. One sensor is 12MP and the other is 20MP. It also has a large 1/2.3” sensor with a large 1.55μm pixel size, 4-axis optical image stabilization, multi-frame noise reduction, and HDR support.
A combination of all the above-mentioned features helps it perform well under low-light conditions and in this case under water. The pictures are stunning and the camera does a great job as you can see in the images above.
The Meizu 15 Plus is available on JD.com for ¥2799 (~$440) and up. The bigger Meizu 15 Plus starts at ¥2999 (~$471).