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Earlier today, a new device of Meizu has been certified by Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China with model number M882Q, the Smartphone in question may very well be the Meizu’s upcoming flagship: Meizu 16.
Recently Jack Wong revealed that the Meizu 16 will carry an 18:9 full-screen design with a dual speakers setup and it will have a very narrow top bezel ( like the Samsung Galaxy S9+) only big enough to include a front selfie camera. For the Specs, the Meizu 16 series, that comprehends the Meizu 16 and Meizu 16 plus, will be powered by Snapdragon 845 processors, and the Meizu 16 Plus will be coupled with a maximum of 8GB of RAM, they will also both feature under-display fingerprint scanners.
Specs wise, the Meizu 16 series, which comprehends the Meizu 16 and Meizu 16 Plus, will be packed with Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processors, with the Meizu 16 Plus going to be equipped with a maximum of 8GB of RAM, they’ll also both feature under-display fingerprint scanners. Meizu 16 will be the first 18:9 mobile phone, as well as the first Meizu phone with an UD fingerprint scanner.
A Weibo user recently shared a screenshot of what is said to be Meizu’s Flyme interface. The screenshot also reveals a couple of details about the Meizu 16 gesture navigation as the interface is that of the navigation page.
We can gather from the screenshot that the Meizu 16 will come with three interaction modes which users can choose from. There’s the mBack, as well as a gesture navigation option and Android navigation bar. The Android navigation bar if selected will activate three virtual buttons; back button, home button and multitasking button. On the other hand, the gesture navigation which is the first option on the list involves using various swipe gestures to go back to the previous page or open the home page and other actions. Looks like all three navigation option won’t run at the same time since there is a select button for all three.
The mBack button and Android navigation bar are common features of previous Meizu phones but gesture navigation is expected to make a debut on the 16. The flagship device is also expected to feature several innovative features and will be powered by a Snapdragon 845 chipset. There will also be a Snapdragon 710-powered version obviously clutching a cheaper price tag. The full-screen 18:9 aspect ratio makes gesture navigation a well thought out addition to the device as it brings ease to one-handed operation.