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Meizu 17 to be among the first to feature Snapdragon 865 SOC



Meizu is a popular smartphone maker in China & the company is known for its beautiful phones & super aggressive pricing. This year, Meizu launched a lot of phones under the 16-series that include the Meizu 16, Meizu 16X, Meizu 16s, Meizu 16Xs, Meizu 16s Pro & Meizu 16T.

Today, Qualcomm announced its Snapdragon 865 SOC that we would see powering a lot of next year’s flagships. Meizu just announced on Weibo that its next year’s flagship, the Meizu 17, will be powered by this SOC.

Meizu 17 to be among the first to feature Snapdragon 865 SOC

Meizu announced that the phone is launching in Spring 2020, so we can expect to launch happening in March-April in China. Snapdragon 865, paired with the X55 Modem, supports 5G & hence, the Meizu 17 is going to be a 5G phone from the brand. The specifications are not yet known, so stay tuned for those.


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