A 90 Hz AMOLED display, 64 megapixel quad camera, Snapdragon 865, UFS 3.1 ROM, 5G support and a large battery make the Meizu 17 a real highlight of the upper class. The technical gem of the Chinese manufacturer also inspires otherwise with a round equipment package. Now test and order it yourself at TradingShenzhen.
The Meizu 17 is a flagship "Lite" for price-conscious users who have very high expectations of the smart everyday companion. Stuffed with modern components, with high performance reserves and a breathtaking design, the current second-best smartphone from Meizu knows how to inspire. Despite the large display on the front, the Meizu 17 measures only a compact 160 x 77.2 x 8.5 mm and weighs a featherweight 199 g. This is made possible by the...
Third generation Polar Edge Display
Behind this graceful-sounding marketing term there is no empty promise, but an absolutely worth seeing design, which is made possible by a screen-to-body ratio of 92.2%. The edges are only 2.2 mm wide. Together with the punch hole on the front, the special look of the Meizu 17 is defined. But the front shows its high-quality side not only when turned off, but also during operation. The built-in AMOLED panel measures 6.6 inches and has a resolution of up to 2340 x 1080 pixels in FHD+ format. With a peak brightness of 1100 nits, even extremely bright environments are no problem for the flagship Lite.
Power for years to come
This is what users expect from modern flagships. Meizu has internalized this, and with the Snapdragon 865 offers sufficient performance for the upcoming generations of mobile games and apps. The built-in 8GB LPDDR4x RAM guarantees multitasking without annoying delays. The Adreno 650 GPU will especially delight gamers. But also the internal memory can only be described as fast. The Meizu 17 offers a total of 256 GB UFS 3.1 ROM. Even people who hoard an extraordinary amount of apps will have trouble filling the memory completely.
Photographers will be amazed
The classic digital camera has had its day - the Meizu 17 makes that absolutely clear. The built-in quad camera at the back of the building is led by a 64 megapixel Sony IMX 686 sensor with f/1.8 aperture. Also on board is a 12 megapixel Sony IMX 362 wide-angle sensor with 24 mm focal length and f/1.9 aperture. The third sensor is an 8 megapixel Samsung 4H7 ultra-wide-angle sensor with f/2.2 aperture and 118 degrees shooting angle. The quartet is rounded off by a 5 megapixel macro camera with f/1.9 aperture. This allows particularly close subjects to be photographed from a distance of 2.5 cm. On the front, however, a 20 megapixel camera with f/2.2 aperture is offered. Thanks to AI and HDR support, selfies can be made in superior quality - perfect for every Instagram enthusiast.
Away from the big highlights, the Meizu 17 comes up with practical features that ensure a successful overall package. For example, the new Motoric 3.0 vibration motor has been installed, which can provide an even more realistic playing feel. The Super mTouch fingerprint sensor in the display allows the device to be unlocked quickly in just 0.15 seconds. Contactless payment is also possible. The NFC chip required for this was built into the compact housing of the Meizu 17. Last but not least, the sound playback can also be heard. Thanks to the stereo loudspeakers, sounds and music are played sufficiently loud and absolutely high-quality.
Quick charging and surfing the fastest network
A 4500 mAh battery was installed so that the Meizu 17 can be used without a break on the charging cable even on particularly long days. Thanks to the power-saving Snapdragon processor and AMOLED display, the large battery results in a very long battery life. If the power supply is running low, the battery can be quickly charged with up to 30 watts. The data throughput rate is also at its best. The Meizu 17 surfs in the current 5G network and masters the new WLAN standard 802.11 ax.