Meizu 21 Pro has passed 3C certification, expected to launch in the first quarter of 2024

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Meizu 21 Pro has passed 3C certification, expected to launch in the first quarter of 2024

Typically, Meizu releases its flagship phones in pairs, offering both a standard model and a Pro variant. This scheme worked last year, when the company launched the Meizu 20 series in March, which included the Meizu 20 and Meizu 20 Pro. However, in December 2023, Meizu departed from its usual dual-launch strategy by introducing only the Meizu 21. The absence of a Pro model has given rise to speculation that the company might abandon the Pro line altogether. But recent developments suggest that the Meizu 21 Pro may be just around the corner, potentially arriving within a few weeks.


Last month, two Meizu devices with model numbers M481Q and M481S were approved by the Chinese certification platform MIIT. It is assumed that both model numbers are related to the Meizu 21 Pro. The same models have now appeared in the country’s 3C certification database.

The 3C certificate of the alleged Meizu 21 Pro shows that it may come with an 80W fast charger. The power supply (UP2040) mentioned in the certificate suggests similar fast charging capabilities to the Meizu 21, making the Meizu 21 Pro likely to support 80W wired charging. Since it’s a Pro model, it might also get 50W wireless charging support.

Rumors have not yet revealed specific details about the Meizu 21 Pro. However, the device is likely to feature a larger display than the Meizu 21, which comes with a 6.55-inch AMOLED screen. The display of the Pro version can support 2K resolution. Like the standard model, the Pro version is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset.

A recent report has shown that the Meizu 21 Pro may have a 5,020 mAh battery, which would be larger than the 4,800 mAh battery of the Meizu 21. In addition, the rear camera module of the Pro version may include a telephoto or periscope telephoto camera. A recent report revealed that the Meizu 21 Pro may feature a 5,020 mAh battery, which would be larger than the Meizu 21’s 4,800 mAh battery. In addition, the rear camera module of the Pro version may include a telephoto or periscope telephoto camera. Given that Meizu 21 Pro has received several important certifications in China, it looks like its launch could take place in Q1 2024.

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