Meizu 20, Meizu 20 Pro Geekbench listing spotted before launch

Meizu 20 and Meizu 20 Pro smartphones have appeared on Geekbench today. Last month, both models appeared with model numbers M381Q and M391Q in the database of the 3C certification platform. The 3C certification revealed the fast charging capabilities of the Meizu 20 duo. The Geekbench listings that have surfaced now have revealed details like the processor, RAM, and Android version of both devices.

Meizu has already started teasing the Chinese market about the Meizu 20 lineup. Some rumours have claimed that it will debut on March 30th, 2023. Now that the Meizu 20 and 20 Pro have appeared on Geekbench, it appears that the company could be internally testing the performances of both devices.

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Meizu 20, Meizu 20 Pro Geekbench listing

On Geekbench, the Meizu 20 and 20 Pro have appeared with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. The name of the chipset is not explicitly mentioned in the listings. However, the CPU and GPU details of the chipset that have appeared in the listings revealed that they are equipped with the SD8G2 chip.

Both devices are equipped with 12GB of RAM and run on the Android 13 OS. In the single-core and multi-core tests of Geekbench, the vanilla model scored 2019 and 5749 points, respectively. The Meizu 20 Pro, on the other hand, scored 2038 and 5719 points in the single-core and multi-core tests of Geekbench, respectively.

Meizu 20, Meizu 20 Pro specifications (rumoured)

As per the official teasers, the Meizu 20 Pro will arrive with an E6 AMOLED display that offers a 2K+ resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. The SD8G2 chip will be paired with LPDDR5x RAM and UFS 4.0 storage.

The Meizu 20 Pro is expected to pack a 5,000mAh battery and come with support for 80W wired and 5W wireless charging. It will be equipped with a 50-megapixel, 1/1.56-inch main camera with OIS support. At present, there is no information on the specifications of the vanilla model. It is likely that its display may not be as big as the Pro model, that its battery may be smaller, that it will lack support for fast charging, and that its cameras may be slightly inferior.

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