Meizu unveiled the Meizu 21 on November 30 with an official MSRP of CNY 3,399 ($480) for the 8/256GB trim and an initial sales date of December 5. However, the phone is already listed on the GIZTOP website as available and shipping.
The price is a bit steeper, though, at $599 for a base 8GB/256GB unit, $699 for the 12GB/256GB one and $799 for the 12GB/512GB one. While seemingly not the best deal price-wise, GIZTOP is at least a very Western-friendly seller that promises to ship to European countries with no customs duties and taxes.
Speaking of Western-friendly, while the Meizu 21 up on offer is a Chinese edition, it still comes with full Google Play Services, wide language support including English and a nice selection of cellular bands that should cover Asia, Europe and Australia. You can check the source link for details.
As for some specs, the Meizu 21 is a flagship phone, rocking the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset and a 6.55-inch AMOLED display with FHD+ resolution, a 120Hz refresh rate and 1,100 nits of pea brightness. The Meizu 21 also gets a 200MP main camera with Samsung’s ISOCELL HP3 – a 1/1.4-inch large sensor with an f/1.69 aperture and OIS. It is accompanied by a 13MP ultrawide and a 5MP depth sensor. Meizu 21 is also IP54 rated and brings a 4,800 mAh battery with 80W fast charging and 50W Super Wireless mCharge technology. It boots Android 13 with FlymeOS 10.5 on top and support for Meizu’s Flyme Auto.
Source | Via