Three Meizu smartphones have appeared on the TENAA regulatory site, and revealing most of the specs for the phones. The main draw appears to be having more than two LED flashes for the rear camera – one of which comes with a total of 10 LEDs
Meizu 15 Lite
Starting off with what appears to be the most affordable phone of the bunch. The Meizu 15 Lite packs a 5.46-inch IPS LCD with Full HD resolution. Internally, the phone will have an octa-core CPU, clocked at 2.2GHz which means that it could be a Snapdragon 600 series processor. The phone comes with three different memory configurations; 3GB+32GB, 4GB+64GB, and 6GB+128GB for RAM and internal storage respectively.
There is a single 20MP selfie camera on the front, while the back houses the unique feature of the phone – a single 12MP camera that is paired with a 10-LED flash. Other specs include a 3000mAh battery, Android 7.1.2 with colour choices of Matte Black, Brushed Black, and Matte Gold.
Moving on, the standard Meizu 15 comes with almost the same hardware as the 15 Lite, albeit with an AMOLED panel for the display. The camera rear camera gets an upgrade from the 15 Lite. The 15 has a dual camera that sports 12MP and 20MP sensors set up with a slightly less impressive quad-LED flash. The Meizu 15 will have a 2940 mAh battery and comes in Brushed Black, Brushed Gold, Brushed Blue and Ceramic White colour options.
Meizu 15 Plus
The last one is the Meizu 15 Plus. As the name implies, it has better specs from the rest; the first being a larger AMOLED screen at 5.95-inch with a higher resolution at 2560×1440 pixels. The chipset has also been boosted to an Octa-core 2.5 GHz CPU. The battery is biggest at 3430 mAh. The Meizu 15 Plus will comes in offered in Matte Black, Matte Gold, Brushed Black and White colours.
There is no indication as to when the phones are going to be available or how much they’ll cost. Expect more information as the launch draws nearer.