Meizu 18s and 18s Pro arrive on SD 888+ and modern camera, with 18x tag SD 870

Meizu refreshes its 18 Series offering with three new models – 18s, 18s Pro, and 18x. All three feature high-end Snapdragon Snapdragon chips, high refresh reset screens, fast charging, and elegant design.

Meizu 18s and 18s Pro are both powerful with Snapdragon 888+ vapor chamber cooling, up to 12 GB of LPDDR5 RAM, and UFS 3.1 storage.

Meizu 18s Pro is equipped with a curved 6.7 “Super AMOLED display with 1,440 x 3,200 px resolution (20: 9), 120 Hz refresh rate, and 240 Hz touch sampling rate. It is HDR10 + certified and has a peak brightness of 1,300 knots.

Meizu 18s and 18s Pro, arrive on SD 888+, and modern camera, with 18x tag SD 870

The Camera Department boasts a 1 / 1.3 “50 MP ISOCELL GN1 sensor (1.2 µm wide pixels and 4-in-1 binding support and dual pixel AF). Its custom 7P lens (23mm equivalent focal length) is a Shape Memory Alloy (SMA) optical image stabilization (OIS) system. This main camera can record 8K video and has a dedicated night mode

Next up is the 32MP IMX616 sensor with an ultra-wide-angle camera (130º, 15mm). It has a lens f / 2.2 aperture and the focus can be up to 2 cm (less than an inch) for macro photo capture.

There is a 79mm telephoto camera (approximately 3.5x magnification, f / 2.4 aperture) with an 8MP sensor (OV08A10). Also on the back is a 3D depth sensor on board that also helps with autofocus and has been used for Mental Reality graphics. The front camera has a 43 MP ISOCELL GH1 sensor (0.7 µm pixels, 4-in-1 binding) with f / 2.4 lens.

Meizu 18s and 18s Pro, arrive on SD 888+, and modern camera, with 18x tag SD 870

The 18s Pro has a 4,500 mAh battery that supports 40W Super mCharge both on USB-C port and wireless. The wired option gets 40% of the charge in 15 minutes, 80% of the 33 minutes, and the full 100% gain in 55 minutes. The mCharge system is compatible with USB Power Delivery 3.0 and QuickCharge 4+.

Despite its fairly large 6.7-inch display, the Pro model weighs 189g and measures 73mm, 8.1mm wide. The body is soil and water-resistant, though we don’t see the IP rating or at least the information about how long it can last.

Today the smaller Meizu 18s have a curved 6.2 “Super AMOLED display with the same 1440p + resolution, 120 Hz refresh rate, 240 Hz touch sampling rate, and 1,300 knots peak brightness. The built-in ultrasonic fingerprint reader display of the same 18s and 18s Pro feature is built-in, which can unlock the phone in just 0.1 seconds and can even work with a gleaming fingerprint.

The main camera uses a 64 MP IM682 sensor (1 / 1.7 “, 0.8 µm pixels), has an f / 1.6 aperture in 26mm lens, and also has SMA OIS.

Meizu 18s and 18s Pro, arrive on SD 888+, and modern camera, with 18x tag SD 870

The main module includes a 16MP ultra-wide camera with a 122º / 15mm lens that can focus up to 2.5 cm (1 “) macro photos. Uses a 3x telephoto camera (79mm lens) as the S8U8MP Sensor Pro model. And finally, there’s a 20MP front camera with a 26MP lens

The charging system is more precise, but fast enough – a 4,000 mAh battery can charge up to 36W, which reduces the standard by 80% in 33 minutes and 100% in 55 minutes. USB PD 3.0 and QuickCharge 3+ are supported, with no wireless charging.

All 18s 18s models feature dual super liner speakers with smart amps and a haptic engine with a large liner motor.

The Meizu 18x stands out as an 18s pair with flat-screen and flat sides. It has a screen size of 6.67 ”and a 10-bit OLED panel with 1,080 x 2,400 px resolution (20: 9), 120 Hz refresh rate, and a fast 360 Hz touch sampling rate. The fingerprint reader comes in at a little slower, 0.15s to unlock.

This phone is capable of replacing Snapdragon 870, up to 8/12 GB of LPDDR4X RAM (with up to 7 GB of virtual RAM and expansion), and UFS 3.1 storage. Run all three phones Flyme 9.2.

Meizu 18s and 18s Pro, arrive on SD 888+, and modern camera, with 18x tag SD 870

The main camera uses a 64 MP ISOCELL GW3 sensor (1 / 1.97 ”, with 0.7 µm pixels 4-in-1 binding). This is behind the 26mm lens without optical stabilization. Included is an 8MP ultra-wide camera (120º) and a 2MP dual-sensor, selfie camera with a 13MP sensor.

4,300 mAh battery gives 30W charge and 70% kill in 30 minutes, a full charge takes 60 minutes. USB PD and QC4 + are also supported.

Meizu 18s Pro starts at CNY 4,600 ($ 710) for the 8/128 GB model, 8/256 GB is CNY 5,000 and the fully loaded 12/256 GB option is priced at CNY 5,400. You can have it be white, gray or blue.

Meizu 18s is cheap at CNY 3,700 ($ 570) starting price for an 8/128 GB configuration. The 8/256 GB and 12/256 GB options cost CNY 4,000 and CNY 4,300. It comes in a pair of white, blue, and gray gradient colors (one of which is called “Unicorn EVO”). The 18s and 18s Pro will be available in China starting tomorrow.

Meizu 18s and 18s Pro, arrive on SD 888+, and modern camera, with 18x tag SD 870

Naturally, the Meizu 18x is cheaper than the Sony Ericsson Trolley, starting at CNY 2,600 ($ 400) for 8/128 GB phones. Although cheap as it may be, it also has 8/256 GB and 12/256 GB options at CNY 2,800 and CNY 3,000, respectively. It can be white, black, and d in bold. 18x can be ordered in China starting from scratch.

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By Mr John

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