Meizu 18 Max will get impressive design and specifications. First image

Meizu 18 Max will receive an utterly frameless design.

Today, Chinese sources released the first image of the alleged Meizu 18 Max smartphone, which also lists the upcoming phone’s specs.

According to the image, the Meizu 18 Max will receive a completely bezel-less design, meaning it can probably hide from the front camera along the display surface. The primary camera in a round block is located in its usual place in the rear panel’s upper center.

The image indicates that the Meizu 18 Max will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 SoC coupled with LPDDR5 RAM and UFS3.1 flash.

An OLED screen must have a 3K resolution. The main camera, which was created with Zeiss specialists’ participation, will be equipped with a main image sensor with a resolution of 64 megapixels, and the front camera will use a 32-megapixel image sensor.

The smartphone is also expected to support 120-watt wired charging as well as 45-watt wireless charging. The smartphone will receive stereo speakers.

Presumably, the release of the smartphone will take place next spring.

| Source: Igeekphone

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