The Meizu 20 series charging head has passed 3C certification: 80W fast charging

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The Meizu 20 series charging head has passed 3C certification: 80W fast charging
The Meizu 20 series charging head has passed 3C certification: 80W fast charging

It has already been a while since Meizu Technology warmed up. It is also important to note that Meizu’s new flagship will also bring you a “multi-terminal, full-scenario” experience in the new era, which will be possible because of the hardware performance of the second-generation Snapdragon 8 mobile platform. , Immersive fusion experience”, according to multiple sources, Meizu’s new flagship will be the Meizu 20 series.

A number of national quality certifications have been passed by the Meizu 20 series charging head at the present time. According to its manufacturer, Aohai Technology, the UP2040 is a fast charging device that supports up to 80W of charging power. Among the gears that can be supported are 11V / 6A 66W or 20V / 4A 80W Max, as well as 20V / 3.25A 65W PPS.

It has been discovered that some configuration information about the new Meizu phone has been exposed as early as October. Meizu’s new phone has been dubbed “Phoenix” by digital blogger @Sea of Machines, and it will be offered in two variants: Phoenix and Phoenix Pro, according to his report. Phoenix Pro is equipped with a 2K LTPO E6 screen, supports UWB, and has a deep connection with the car’s network, and has a two-camera system that uses ultrasonic fingerprints for physical access, while Phoenix uses a 144Hz high refresh screen, supports ultrasonic fingerprint, and has a 50 million three-camera system. Both models are said to be equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip, and one has a price tag of approximately 3500+ and another has a price tag of approximately 4500+.

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@Sea of Machines, a blogger with a great reputation, wrote that the Meizu 20 series high-end models are equipped with Snapdragon 8 Gen2 chips, 12GB of LPDDR5X memory, UFS 4.0 storage, and that the prototype runs Android 13. There is no package associated with Flyme, the underlying library.

Xingji Times has recently announced that they now own 79.09% of Meizu Technology as well as obtaining sole control over Meizu Technology after acquiring a controlling stake in Meizu Technology in July of this year.

Shen Ziyu, vice president of Xingji Times, who is also the chairman of Meizu Technology, has said that Meizu will retain an independent team in the years to come and will release a new flagship model in 2023, according to Xingji Times.

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