The application that measures the performance of mobile phones gives the Meizu 16s a total of 374,190 points, which is 20,000 more points than the Apple iPhone XS Max and the Samsung Galaxy S10 +.
Meizu, a tech from Chinese company, revealed the surprising results of the performance analysis of the new Chinese smartphone Meizu 16s, which has not yet been officially presented to the public and whose power surpassed other popular models such as the Xiaomi Mi 9, the Apple iPhone XS Max and the Samsung Galaxy S10 +, reports the GSMArena portal.
According to the AnTuTu Benchmark application, which measures the performance of mobile phones, Meizu 16s accumulated a total of 374,190 points, surpassing about 2,000 points on the Xiaomi Mi 9. For its part, the Apple iPhone XS Max and the Samsung Galaxy S10 + are distant from the Chinese mobile at 20,000 points.
In the "ranking" of the fastest smartphones, the Chinese Oppo Reno 10x zoom device, which stands out for its 10x optical zoom, is ranked third.
The date for the next presentation of the Meizu 16 is not yet revealed, although several media expect it to be presented this month or in May. According to preliminary data, the phone can have a Snapdragon 855 processor, a 6.2-inch screen with a resolution of 2232 x 1080 pixels and a dual camera of 48 and 20 megapixels.