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Meizu 21 Pro launched: SD8G3, 50MP main camera + 10MP 3x telephoto!

Meizu has announced perhaps its last smartphone before it finally exits in the industry.
Meizu 21 Pro launched: SD8G3, 50MP main camera + 10MP 3x telephoto!
The phone's design

Meizu 21 Pro launched, the last device from the brand?

Earlier this year, Meizu made a shocking confirmation that they will stop making smartphones. It was also previously reported that Meizu has canceled the 21 Pro. 

However, the company may have a change of heart with regard to this specific phone and decide to make it official before it truly goes out of the smartphone business.

Anyways, the phone features an identical design to Samsung's Galaxy devices. It has that boxy appearance, four sensors at the back, and 4 color choices Green, White, Blue, and Black.
The display
The display

At the front, the phone features a 6.79-inch AMOLED panel with 3192 x 1368 resolution, 1250 nits peak brightness, and LTPO 1-120Hz refresh rate.

Inside, it is powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 octa-core processor with Adreno GPU, 12GB/16GB RAM, and 256GB/512GB/1TB storage.
The features
The features

For battery, it has a 5,050mAh capacity that charges using 80W USB-C and 50W wireless charging.

For cameras, the phone features 50MP OIS, EIS main shooter + 10MP 72mm 3x telephoto sensor + 13MP 15mm 122-degree ultra-wide snapper. There's also a ToF depth sensor for enhanced AF.

Other features are an ultrasonic In-display fingerprint reader, heart rate scanner, stereo speakers, mEngine Ultra lateral linear motors, and VC liquid cooling for gaming.

For connectivity, it has 5GSA/NSA, dual 4G VoLTE, WiFi 6E, Bluetooth 5.4, NFC, and dual SIM.

For OS, the phone runs Android 14 with Flyme OS.

China price with direct to PHP conversion (no taxes and duties yet):

Meizu 21 Pro 12GB/256GB - CNY 4,999 (around PHP 38.9K)
Meizu 21 Pro 16GB/512GB - CNY 5,399 (around PHP 42K)
Meizu 21 Pro 16GB/1TB - CNY 5,899 (around PHP 45.9K)

It is currently available in China only. It is unknown whether the device will go outside of the country.

What do you guys think?

Source: Meizu

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