Meizu 18 Pro The Thunder Smartphone

 On March 3, Meizu will release its new flagship model, the Meizu 18 series. According to earlier exposures, the high-end Meizu 18 Pro will be equipped with a 2K 120Hz screen and Snapdragon 888 processor, while the standard version will be equipped with Snapdragon 870 processor+ 1080P 120Hz screen. On February 27th and 28th, the digital blogger @数码闲聊站 broke the news about Meizu 18 in succession, which made the Xiaoping Party very excited.

Meizu 18 Pro Coming soon 


@Digital Chat Station said that Meizu 18 will be equipped with a 6.2-inch screen, support 2K resolution and 120Hz refresh rate, and standard Snapdragon 888 processor. Now the size of mobile phone screens is generally around 6.7 inches, and small-screen enthusiasts have been eager to have a small-sized flagship phone.


The current mobile phones of the same size include iPhone 12, Sony Xperia 5 Ⅱ, Huawei P50, etc., but in order to make small screens, there are all choices, which gives people a feeling of incompleteness. With a 6.2-inch screen, Meizu 18 has a lot of Snapdragon 888 processors and 2K 120Hz screens. Both single-core and multi-core running scores are almost the same as Xiaomi 11, indicating that tuning optimization and heat dissipation have not fallen, plus the flagship The main camera is currently the most balanced flagship with a small screen.


Of course, Meizu 18 also has some problems. The power consumption of the 2K 120Hz screen and the Snapdragon 888 are relatively high, and battery life will be under pressure. The Meizu 18 battery is only 4000mAh and the charging power is 30W. If you use it daily, you will definitely have enough power on the subway line when you go to work, but for heavy users, the battery life may be slightly insufficient.

Meizu 18 Pro


In addition, Meizu Technology officials announced that in order to promote environmental protection, all Meizu 18 series are not equipped with chargers. Due to the low sales of Meizu mobile phones and not many people who already own Meizu chargers, Meizu 18 Pro has used 40W charging power for the first time, so this move has encountered many netizens complaining.


Subsequently, Meizu officially posted on Weibo that the Meizu 18 series supports universal fast charging protocols such as QC and USB-PD, and is compatible with mainstream chargers. This means that there are many third-party chargers to choose from, and the notebook’s Type-C charger can also charge the Meizu 18 series at full power.


Without a standard charger, although some consumers will be less willing to buy, consumers are more concerned about the price. With reference to the Xiaomi Mi 11 with similar configuration, the starting price of Meizu 18 is expected to be around 620$. The Meizu 17 series has already made Meizu profitable, and now it is time for Meizu to show its ambitions. I believe there will be many surprises in the Meizu 18 series.



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