It’s been a long time since Meizu confirmed that the next flagship from the company would be its Meizu 20 series. Until now, no official launch date has been given by the company. However, the latest industry developments show that the actual launch isn’t that far.
This morning, a new model from Meizu having the codename “M2391” got listed on the AnTuTu benchmark site, and as per sources, this model is most probably the Pro model of the Meizu 20 series. Further, the codename also matches the actual model number of the Meizu 20 Pro (M391Q).
The benchmark revealed that the expected Meizu 20 Pro is powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen2 chipset and has scored 1,255,418 (1.25 million) points which seem a pretty good score.
The benchmark score includes the CPU score of 248,541, the GPU (Adreno 740) score of 570,255, the MEM (memory) score of 256,118, and the UX score of 180,504. It is worth noting that the tested model is a storage variant having 12GB RAM (LPDDR5X) and 512GB (UFS 4.0) storage.
It is also mentioned that this device features a 120Hz display with Full-HD+ resolution (2400*1080p) and runs on the latest version of Android OS (Android 13).
As mentioned, the chipset is Snapdragon 8 Gen2, the best you can get from Qualcomm. In terms of specifications, it is based on TSMC’s 4nm manufacturing process and has the following cores: 1x Cortex-X3 Super Core, 2x Cortex-A715 and 2x Cortex-A710 P-Cores and 3x Cortex-A510 E-Cores.
Previously, it was revealed that the new Meizu 20 Pro would adopt a right-angle middle frame with a straight screen design, and the display would have a single-centered punch-hole. On the backside, it would adopt a vertical three-camera design (on the left).
Not only that, but the officials also revealed that the new Meizu 20 Pro is equipped with the latest ultrasonic fingerprint 2.0 technology (supports 0.075s fast wet hand unlocking) and 13 gaming-grade high-energy antennas.
The new Meizu 20 series is expected to be unveiled next month (March 2023).