The Meizu 16 and Meizu 16 Plus were released back in August. The phones got praise for their design, build quality, specs, and price. Now, news of a successor has started to show up on the web. Meizu‘s own CEO already confirmed the successor will be called the Meizu 16S (and probably a Meizu 16S Plus too). A fan has made a render for the Meizu 16S and while it may not be the real deal, it does look good.
The Meizu 16S is shown in white like its predecessor. However, it ditches the bezels completely but doesn’t have a notch. Under the display is a fingerprint scanner since there is one on the back or on the sides.
The Meizu 16S render shown here has three rear cameras. They are positioned in the middle of the phone and arranged vertically. Below the sensors is a ring flash. The photo also shows the phone has a type-C port at the bottom flanked by a speaker grille and a 3.5mm audio jack.
The Meizu 16S will most likely be powered by the Snapdragon 8150 and will have up to 8GB of RAM. We also think it is time Meizu added support for wireless charging.