The first-generation Meizu foldable phone is rumored to have a 200-megapixel primary camera.
Meizu, a popular Android smartphone manufacturer, is rumored to be planning a major entry into the foldable market very soon.
Furthermore, it is speculated that the flagship gadget would debut with a primary camera that is superior to that of Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 2023. The gun is said to include high-end pixel-binning, rapid auto-focus, and 8K recording capabilities.
Meizu is not only making a comeback to the premium Android market, but it is also expected to compete with foldable device market leaders like Xiaomi. The “20 Fold” is rumored to be the name of the first-generation smartphone the company will release in 2023.
So far, the primary cameras on the 20 series of smartphones have maxed out at 50 MP, but the rumored foldable alternative is said to contain a 200 MP primary camera. If the new WHYLAB leak turns out to be true, Meizu will have scored a major victory, as Samsung is rumored to have no plans to significantly improve even the successor to the Galaxy Z Fold4.
Instead of the more modern ISOCELL HP2 sensor found in the Galaxy S23 Ultra, the “Meizu 20 Fold” uses the HP1. Still, the Geely subsidiary’s reported first-generation foldable is expected to incorporate a lot of its best capabilities, such as “Double Super PD Focus” and 4- to 16-pixel binning for high-resolution stills.