Meizu 17 and Meizu 17 Pro are launching in China on May 8th, and so far, Meizu has revealed a lot of details regarding both these devices. Today, however, the phones showed up on Geekbench, which revealed the benchmark scores of both the phones.
Both phones feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 5G SOC, but while the Meizu 17 comes with 8GB LPDDR4X RAM, the 17 Pro has 12GB LPDDR5 RAM. Since there is the same SOC, the benchmark score is the same, i.e., around 900 on single-core and around 3,000 on multi-core. Both the phones come with Flyme 8.1 based on Android 10.
As Meizu has already revealed via teasers on Weibo, the Meizu 17 & 17 Pro feature a 90Hz OLED panel with a punch-hole cutout for the single selfie shooter on the top right corner. There is a Quad camera setup on the rear placed horizontally with the ring LED flash in the center. There is a linear vibration motor and stereo speakers. Meizu 17 comes with a 4,500mAh battery and 30W Fast Charging.
Meizu 17 Pro is not much different than the non-Pro Meizu 17. The major difference is that it comes with 27W Fast Wireless Charging support and has a Ceramic Back. There is also a 3D Depth Sensor on the rear. The phone packs a 64 Megapixel IMX686 primary camera paired with a 32 Megapixel 129-degree ultra-wide-angle shooter.
Well, specs-wise, the Meizu 17 series definitely seems impressive so let’s see at what price Meizu launches it in the Chinese market.