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Meizu 17 will be available in the Dream Unicorn version

With the Meizu 17 behind the doors and the presentation already scheduled for April 22, the Chinese brand seems to have decided to anticipate something interesting from the design point of view.

Meizu 17 will be available in the Dream Unicorn version

Meizu 17 will be available in the Dream Unicorn version
Meizu 16s Pro Dream Unicorn Edition

Meizu has in fact just shared on Weibo, the Chinese Twitter, some photos of the now elderly Meizu 16s Pro in the Dream Unicorn version with the aim of reminding users how enchanting that device was.

At the same time, the company has confirmed that for the Meizu 17 there will be this somewhat flashy variant. So those who owned or would have liked to have the Dream Unicorn Edition of the Meizu 16s Pro, can now wait for the Meizu 17 with the same fantasy and evaluate their purchase.

Meizu 17 will be available in the Dream Unicorn version
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Lively aesthetics aside, the next Meizu flagship will equip the hardware without compromise. On board the Meizu 17 we should in fact find the modern and performing Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 as a processor, coupled with LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.0 internal memory.

The smartphone will not even miss a screen with a high refresh rate, specifically 90Hz, while the size of the AMOLED panel should go up to 6,5 inches diagonal.

Meizu 17 dream unicorn edition

As for the photographic sector instead, we should find a 65MP sensor, the Samsung ISOCELL GW1, coupled with an 8MP wide angle lens, a 5MP telephoto and a 2MP depth of field sensor.

Finally, the smartphone will be equipped with a 4500mAh battery, with 30W quick charge, a fingerprint sensor under the screen and a linear motor for vibrations.

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