The smartphone company Meizu, owned by automaker Geely, is launching a new smartphone tomorrow. The device will be called Meizu 20 Classic, and according to one leakster, it will have 16 GB RAM and 512 GB storage.
The same user posted on Weibo an image of what appear to be promo materials, revealing the new phone could be the same as the Meizu 20 but with a new memory variant and more color options.
Meizu 20 Classic is coming tomorrow
The Meizu 20 was one of three devices introduced in March. It came in four bright colors – Green, Yellow, Rose Gold, and Black, and the image clearly suggests three more colors are coming – darker Green, White, and Silver. However, the new options will also have the M logo painted on the back.
Meizu 20 Classic promo materials
Meizu announced Flyme Auto during the launch earlier this year, and we will likely see the new Meizu 20 Classic deeply integrated with the incoming Geely Galaxy E8, Polestar vehicles, and hopefully even Volvo and Lotus.
If our assumptions are correct, the new Meizu 20 Classic will come with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, a 4,700 mAh battery with 67W fast charging and three cameras, one of them surrounded by a ring-LED flash.
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