Meizu 16s pops up on AnTuTu, posts an impressive score

01 April 2019
The phone reaches a result of nearly 358,000 even with 6 GB RAM.

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Anonymous, 01 Apr 2019You get what you pay for, so there's no point complaining. ... moreBesides, on a worldwide scale, they're not as well known as compared to other brands, which can have some effect on the frequency regarding software updates, so there's that too

  • No

Anonymous, 01 Apr 2019You get what you pay for, so there's no point complaining. ... morePhones already contain malware and spyware preinstalled, so they sell my data all the time, that should be more than enough to get solid 10 years support for a phone. I will not support any kind of retarded tactics to make me pay more.

  • Anonymous

man1408, 01 Apr 2019horrible,i have.meizu pro7,i got only one upgrade in almost... moreYou get what you pay for, so there's no point complaining.
If you want a phone that will updated regularly, you need to pump up more money. Or buy a used iPhone from last year or two years ago which will perform the same or even better than any android you might get new from the store at the same price.

  • Anonymous

Best part of this phone is the beautiful notchless/holeless design...

akachris98, 01 Apr 2019Brands like Meizu and Umidigi, imo they do have potential o... moreAgreed. Add in updates and sell in markets other than China, and I guarantee they'll make a killing

Brands like Meizu and Umidigi, imo they do have potential of making it outside of India and China. I honestly feel like the main thing that's holding them both back is lack of support of updates. For example, the umidigi Z2 Pro has been out for almost 1 year, and I can guarantee you, it's probably received about 3 updates

  • man1408

kenosis, 01 Apr 2019How is their software update and support?horrible,i have.meizu pro7,i got only one upgrade in almost 2 years,currently running andrid 7.0😂.maybe they are cheap but software is disaster

Great Phone! I'll buy one!

  • kenosis

How is their software update and support?

  • SK

It's a shame that Meizu never updates their devices to newer Android versions. Otherwise, they make fantastic phones, but their insistence on Flyme instead of keeping up with Android version upgrades is the primary reason I stay clear of Meizu.