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Meizu reigns: its the best smartphones for quality / price ratio

Meizu, although only present in China, it has some truly remarkable smartphones. Moreover, thanks to the policy that provides for the absence of advertising on the Flyme OS (Android skin of proprietary smartphones), the user experience reaches TOP levels. But the convenience is not only in that. According to AnTuTu, well-known benchmark portal (but not only), the brand's smartphones are i best for quality / price ratio in different bands. Let's see which ones.

According to AnTuTu, for different price ranges Meizu has the most affordable smartphones in terms of value for money. Meizu 18 wins specifically

At the launch of the sale 11.11, the AnTuTu team has drawn up the valutations of the most cost-effective and efficient Android smartphones in different price categories. Surprisingly, (but not that much), Meizu won in two categories at the same time.

These ratings have been compiled in terms of the value for money of smartphones. In the segment from 3000 to 3999 yuan (from 400 to 540 €) is leading the Meizu 18. The Meizu 18 is today a flagship with a 6.2 "screen (among the smallest in circulation) and support for a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Followed by iQOO 8 and OnePlus 9RT.

Read also: Meizu announces its new flagship with the new version of Flyme

In the most expensive segment from 400 to 675 €, Meizu 18 Pro is the leader, followed by iQOO 8 Pro and Oppo Find X3 Pro. Below are the specifications of the Pro and standard model.

Meizu 18 Pro

  • measurements and weight: 189 g by 73 x 162.5 x 8.1 mm
  • : 6.7 ″ Super AMOLED with 2K + resolution, HDR10 + certification and SGS Eye Care Display certification, indicating that the harmful blue light content is less than 6,5%
  • refresh rate: 120Hz
  • processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 888
  • RAM and internal storage: 5/8 GB LPDDR12 and 3.1/128 GB UFS 256 storage
  • battery and recharge: 4500 mAh with 40W charging (wireless and wired); also supports 10W reverse charging
  • rear cameras
    • main: Samsung ISOCELL GN1 50 megapixel
    • ultra-wide-angle: Sony IMX616 32 megapixel
    • Ph: OmniVision OV08A10 8 megapixel
    • depth
    • ToF sensor
  • front camera
    • main: 1 megapixel ISOCELL GH44
  • other: fingerprint reader integrated into the display, Android 11 based on the new FlymeOS 9, Widevile L1 (for the first time on a Meizu), liquid cooling

Meizu 18

  • measurements and weight: 162 g for 69.2 x 152.4 x 8.18 mm
  • display: 6.2 ″ Super AMOLED with 2K + resolution, HDR10 + certification and SGS Eye Care Display certification, indicating that the harmful blue light content is less than 6,5%
  • refresh rate: 120Hz
  • processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 888
  • RAM and internal storage: 5/8 GB LPDDR12 and 3.1/128 GB UFS 256 storage
  • battery and charging: 4000 mAh with Super mCharge 36W charging
  • rear cameras
    • main: Sony IMX682 64 megapixel
    • ultra wide angle: Samsung ISOCELL 3P9 16 megapixel
    • canvases: OmniVision OV08A10 from 8 megapixel
  • front camera
    • main: 3 megapixel ISOCELL 2T20
    • other: fingerprint reader integrated into the display, Android 11 based on the new FlymeOS 9
    • colors: Tread snow, Waiting for the wind and Cross the sea

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Gianluca Cobucci
Gianluca Cobucci

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