On Meizu 18X, Meizu adopted a 10-bit screen for the first time. This 6.67-inch OLED screen supports 120Hz adaptive refresh rate and 360Hz game-level high touch sampling rate.
Meizu 18X is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 processor, supplemented by UFS 3.1 high-speed flash memory, to achieve a balance of performance and power consumption.
With the new generation of Onemind 5.0 game engine, it can easily cope with entertainment, audiovisual and game competitions.
Meizu 18X also has Samsung GW3 64-megapixel ultra-clear AI triple camera, supports 4-in-1 pixels, and outputs 1.4um large-size pixels.
With ISOCELL Plus technology, color fidelity and light sensitivity are improved from a high level.
In terms of appearance design, Meizu 18X offers black, white, blue-pink gradients, and three colors are available.
It uses double 2.5D slightly curved glass, with a straight-faced non-breakpoint frame, is only 7.99mm thinner, and weighs 189g.
Based on the thin and light body, it also has a built-in 4300mAh battery, supports 30W fast charging, supports PD3.0, QC3.0, and QC4+ protocols, and can charge 70% of the battery in 30 minutes, and it can be fully charged in 60 minutes.
As for the price, 8+128GB version is priced at $400, 8+256GB version is priced at $433, 12+256GB version is priced at $465.