Meizu 16T Gaming Smartphone Is Arriving On October 23rd, Surfaced On TENNA

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Meizu announced a gaming smartphone last year ago but for some reasons, it could not make happen. It is not much time passed as Zhuhai based Chinese consumer electronics company released its Meizu 16S flagship smartphone last month. Now the company has decided to launch a gaming-centric smartphone called Meizu 16T. It is expected that Meizu 16T could be launch on October 23rd of next month.

Recently, The Meizu 16T has passed through TENAA which revealed its specifications as well as design. It appeared with a model number of M928Q on the Chinese certification website. The certification revealed Snapdragon 855 processor clocked at 2.84GHz speed is powering the smartphone. The mobile device is provided with a large battery of 4500mAh.

Meizu 16T

Meizu 16T 2

The Meizu 16T gets a 6.5-inch Full HD OLED display with a resolution of 2232 × 1080 pixels which seems to be a copy of the Meizu 16s Pro. The flagship smartphone has triple (12MP +8M+ 5MP) cameras setup on the rear panel along with a 16MP selfie camera at the top of the front display. The smartphone is 159.63×78.2×8.3mm in size and 183grams in weight. There is three colors option for the mobiles device as blue-black, green and orange-red.

Meizu 16T invitation

The Chinese firm starts sending the invitation for the Meizu 16T conference, which was likely to release on October 23rd in Beijing, China.

Meizu Technology founder, Meizu Group Chairman and CEO Huang Zhang have already confirmed that it will not be true flagship phone and “T” in the name stand for “Turbo”.

Previously a Meizu M928Q model passed 3C certification, supporting 18W charging, the media said that this new model is the Meizu 16T. Earlier, the head of Meizu announced that the price tag should be in the range from $280 to $350 (2000-2500 Chinese Yuan).

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