Meizu has been busy in a serious preparation to bring its Meizu series this Spring. While we await more information from the Chinese brand about its upcoming top-tier of the series, the Meizu 20 Pro has passed through AnTuTu, revealing key specs in the process. The device with model number m2391 popped up on AnTuTu, scoring 1,255,418 points.
The unit of the Meizu 20 Pro production appeared on AnTuTu was using Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, configured with 12GB of LPDDR5X RAM RAM and 512GB UFS 4.0 storage, though there could be other RAM/storage configurations. The result is pretty impressive scoring almost similar to other flagship phones with Snapdragon 8+ Gen 2 chipset, such as iQOO 11, which scored 1,281,665. For comparison, the recently launched OnePlus 11 scored 1,341,080 points in AnTuTu benchmark.
More importantly, the CPU scored over 240000 points. The total score is a sum of four key components – CPU (248541), GPU (570255), memory 256118), and user interface and experience (180504).
The device sports a flat display (1,080 x 2,400px resolution) with 120Hz refresh rate and polished frame which is also flat. It ships with Android 13 OS out of the box. The device is rumored to feature 13 gaming-grade antennas. Meizu confirms that its battery has been tested for 1,600 daily charging cycles, and it still maintains at least 80% of its original capacity.
Based on the previous leaks, the Meizu 20 Pro will arrive with a 1” type Sony 50MP IMX989 sensor, which was also used on the Xiaomi 12S Ultra and Xiaomi 13 Pro.
The manufacturer is still staying silent on any new Meizu 20 series, but we expect they arrive soon, as the device was already appeared on AnTuTu and Geekbench platforms. You can expect to hear more about both products from Meizu as we inch closer to their unveiling.