Meizu 18x (M172Q), 18s (M192Q), and 18s Pro (M192Q) with up to 40W Fast Charging Spotted on 3C Certification

Meizu 18 Pro
Featured Image: Meizu 18 Pro

Meizu is reportedly gearing up to add more devices to its flagship Meizu 18 lineup. Today, we have spotted three new Meizu phones on the 3C certification which are said to belong to the Meizu 18 series. These new phones carry model numbers – M172Q, M182Q, and M192Q. According to a reliable Chinese tipster Digital Chat Station, the M172Q is named Meizu 18x, and the M182Q, M192Q are Meizu 18s and 18s Pro.

Meizu 18x, 18s, 18s Pro 3C

3C listing reveals that the Meizu M172Q supports 30W fast charging. The Meizu M182Q supports 30W charging and the M192Q supports 40W fast charging. The Meizu 18x has 4,200mAh, Meizu 18s has 3,910mAh, and Meizu 18s Pro has a 4,410mAh rated capacity battery.

Meizu 18s and 18s Pro specifications

Meizu 18s TENAA image
Meizu 18s TENAA image

Yesterday, the Meizu 18s and Meizu 18s Pro were spotted on TENAA certification along with renders and full specifications. According to the TENAA listing, Meizu 18s has a 6.2-inch AMOLED display with 3200 × 1440 pixels (2k+) resolution. The 2.95GHz octa-core processor suggests that it could be powered by Snapdragon 888+ chipset. 

The phone may offer a triple camera setup on the back which consists of 64MP + 16MP + 8MP sensors. It is said to have a 20MP front-facing which appears to be housed inside the punch-hole cutout. The phone may come in 8GB, 12GB RAM and 128GB, 256GB Storage options. The fingerprint sensor is likel to be placed under the display.

Meizu 18s Pro TENAA
Meizu 18s Pro TENAA Image

Meizu 18s Pro’s TENAA listing suggests that it may come with a 6.7-inch AMOLED display with 3200 × 1440 pixels (2k+) resolution. Under the hood, it could be powered by Snapdragon 888+ chipset coupled with 8GB/12GB RAM and 128GB/256GB storage. 

Around the back, it may feature a quad-camera setup which consists of 50MP + 32MP + 8MP + 0.3MP camera sensors. There may be a 20MP punch-hole style selfie snapper. 

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