Alleged Meizu 16s appears on GeekBench

The Meizu 16s has been a hot topic over the past month, with first live images appearing at the end of February and then another one some 10 ago, following a 3C certification. The latest piece of info on the upcoming handset comes from GeekBench.

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The Meizu 16s has been a hot topic over the past month, with first live images appearing at the end of February and then another one some 10 ago, following a 3C certification. The latest piece of info on the upcoming handset comes from GeekBench.



What is allegedly a Meizu M16s, but goes by the name 'alps m1971' for the time being, has had a crack at the popular CPU benchmark. The device is powered by the Snapdragon 855 chipset (the 'msmnile' in the screenshot), as previously rumored, and has 6GB of RAM at its disposal.

Here's how the supposed Meizu's numbers stack up against the other S855 phone we've tested, the Xiaomi Mi 9, plus some others with competing hardware. Mind you, as is usually the case with pre-release hardware (and/or software), the numbers aren't necessarily indicative of the performance you'd get out the finalized product.

GeekBench 4.1 (multi-core)

Higher is better

Sort by LabelSort by ValueXiaomi Mi 911181Meizu M16s10493Samsung Galaxy S1010174Huawei P30 Pro9649

GeekBench 4.1 (single-core)

Higher is better

Sort by LabelSort by ValueSamsung Galaxy S104543Meizu M16s3778Xiaomi Mi 93503Huawei P30 Pro3270
The Meizu 16s has been a hot topic over the past month, with first live images appearing at the end of February and then another one some 10 ago, following a 3C certification. The latest piece of info on the upcoming handset comes from GeekBench.



What is allegedly a Meizu M16s, but goes by the name 'alps m1971' for the time being, has had a crack at the popular CPU benchmark. The device is powered by the Snapdragon 855 chipset (the 'msmnile' in the screenshot), as previously rumored, and has 6GB of RAM at its disposal.

Here's how the supposed Meizu's numbers stack up against the other S855 phone we've tested, the Xiaomi Mi 9, plus some others with competing hardware. Mind you, as is usually the case with pre-release hardware (and/or software), the numbers aren't necessarily indicative of the performance you'd get out the finalized product.

GeekBench 4.1 (multi-core)

Higher is better

Sort by LabelSort by ValueXiaomi Mi 911181Meizu M16s10493Samsung Galaxy S1010174Huawei P30 Pro9649

GeekBench 4.1 (single-core)

Higher is better

Sort by LabelSort by ValueSamsung Galaxy S104543Meizu M16s3778Xiaomi Mi 93503Huawei P30 Pro3270The Meizu 16s has been a hot topic over the past month, with first live images appearing at the end of February and then another one some 10 ago, following a 3C certification. The latest piece of info on the upcoming handset comes from GeekBench.



What is allegedly a Meizu M16s, but goes by the name 'alps m1971' for the time being, has had a crack at the popular CPU benchmark. The device is powered by the Snapdragon 855 chipset (the 'msmnile' in the screenshot), as previously rumored, and has 6GB of RAM at its disposal.

Here's how the supposed Meizu's numbers stack up against the other S855 phone we've tested, the Xiaomi Mi 9, plus some others with competing hardware. Mind you, as is usually the case with pre-release hardware (and/or software), the numbers aren't necessarily indicative of the performance you'd get out the finalized product.

GeekBench 4.1 (multi-core)

Higher is better

Sort by LabelSort by ValueXiaomi Mi 911181Meizu M16s10493Samsung Galaxy S1010174Huawei P30 Pro9649

GeekBench 4.1 (single-core)

Higher is better

Sort by LabelSort by ValueSamsung Galaxy S104543Meizu M16s3778Xiaomi Mi 93503Huawei P30 Pro3270
The Meizu 16s has been a hot topic over the past month, with first live images appearing at the end of February and then another one some 10 ago, following a 3C certification. The latest piece of info on the upcoming handset comes from GeekBench.



What is allegedly a Meizu M16s, but goes by the name 'alps m1971' for the time being, has had a crack at the popular CPU benchmark. The device is powered by the Snapdragon 855 chipset (the 'msmnile' in the screenshot), as previously rumored, and has 6GB of RAM at its disposal.

Here's how the supposed Meizu's numbers stack up against the other S855 phone we've tested, the Xiaomi Mi 9, plus some others with competing hardware. Mind you, as is usually the case with pre-release hardware (and/or software), the numbers aren't necessarily indicative of the performance you'd get out the finalized product.

GeekBench 4.1 (multi-core)

Higher is better

Sort by LabelSort by ValueXiaomi Mi 911181Meizu M16s10493Samsung Galaxy S1010174Huawei P30 Pro9649

GeekBench 4.1 (single-core)

Higher is better

Sort by LabelSort by ValueSamsung Galaxy S104543Meizu M16s3778Xiaomi Mi 93503Huawei P30 Pro3270

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