In March 2023, Meizu introduced its Meizu 20 series, which was a significant upgrade over the previous flagship models of Meizu. However, the latest revelations from the industry denote that the company is looking forward to releasing the next-generation models in the coming days.
This morning, a new device from Meizu, which carries the model number “M461Q,” was listed on 3C Certification. As per sources, the device belongs to the Meizu 21 series and is the standard version.
As mentioned in the certification, the Meizu 21 will use an 80W charger, which has the model number UP2040. Furthermore, this charger supports charging at the following modes: the base 15W (5V/3A), 27W (9V/3A), 66W (11V/6A), and the highest 80W (20V/4A). Except for this, the 3C Certification didn’t consist of any more information.
Compared with the previous generation models, the Meizu 20 Pro was the only model that was powered by 80W charging. The other models, including the standard Meizu 20 and Meizu 20 Infinity, featured 67W charging.
As per previous reports, the Snapdragon 8 Gen3 chipset will power the new Meizu 21 flagship series, which is the latest option you can get from Qualcomm. The chipset features 1x Cortex-X4 Super Core (clocked @3.3GHz), 5x Cortex-A720 P-Cores (clocked @3.2GHz) and 2x Cortex-A520 E-Cores (clocked @2.3GHz).
In terms of appearance, it will continue to feature the vertical camera stack in addition to an RGB ring LED Flashlight. The camera setup would also include a 50MP primary lens with OIS and a telephoto lens. On the display side, we would see a flat display with relatively thin bezels as in predecessor models.
The 3C Certification denotes that the launch of the Meizu 21 series is not as far as expected. It might be launched before the end of this year.