|Meizu Smartphones||Antutu Scores|
|Meizu Note 9||180.135|
|Meizu Pro 7||143.552|
|Meizu Pro 6||97.840|
|Meizu M6 Note||74.796|
|Meizu 5 Pro||70.439|
|Meizu M5 Note||45.967|
Meizu Antutu Benchmark Ranking in the list above may help you decide what Meizu phone you would buy. But you need to remember that the Antutu Benchmark scores shouldn’t be the only determining factor in buying a Meizu smartphone. There are many factors that you need to consider beforehand. So, you have to gather all the info relate to it, in order to get a Meizu phone that fits your need.
Meizu officially released their first smartphone in April 2007. It’s Meizu M8. The Meizu M8 was highly praised for its sound quality, performance and attractive price. Furthermore, it was one of the first phones to feature a capacitive touchscreen and ran on the Mymobile operating system, based on Microsoft Windows CE 6.0.
Since then, there are lots of Meizu phone series which have been released. Such as Meizu M8SE, Meizu M9, Meizu MX, MX2, MX3, MX4, MX4 pro, Meizu M1, M1 Note, Meizu M2, and M2 Note, Meizu pro 5, meizu pro 6, Meizu M3S, Meizu M3 Note, Meizu M3E and Meizu M3 Max, and Meizu 15. And in April 2019, the Meizu 16s was announced with snapdragon 855 SoC and in-display fingerprint scanner.
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