The Meizu 15 and Meizu 15 Plus will be launched this year to mark the company’s 15th anniversary, that much is certain. The 15 Plus has even been seen in leaked images in recent days, but word on the regular Meizu 15 has been kept to the minimum. That’s still the case, but a new device certified by the 3C (one of China’s regulation authorities) is being suggested as being the smaller of Meizu’s new anniversary devices.
Meizu 15 certified by the 3C?
The device has model number M851Q, and the 3C certification isn’t offering any details on the phone’s specs. It does list out the charging capabilities, with a maximum of 10V/2A charging supported. That’s 20W charging, which is far from the kind of power Meizu’s mCharge technology can provide to top up a phone’s battery. That suggests the Meizu 15 may be a upper mid-range device in the vein of the PRO 7, while the 15 Plus could be the higher-end model like the PRO 7 Plus.
Specs for either device, sadly, remain unknown at the moment, though the Snapdragon 845 is rumored for the 15 Plus along with up to 8GB of storage and 128GB of storage. There will also be dual rear cameras on the 15 Plus, along with an 18:9 display with far fewer bezels compared to the Meizu M6s, which acted as the company’s entry into the bezel-less smartphone segment. Stay tuned to Meizu Matters for more details on Meizu’s upcoming handsets.