Meizu is known for making amazing mid-range smartphones and it has recently added a new mid-ranger in its offerings’ list. Named Meizu M5c, the handset was exclusive to China only but now the company has announced this device globally. For unawares, this is Meizu’s first smartphone to be launched globally with Flyme 6 OS.
With no words on price (expected to cost under $275), the Meizu M5c will be launched in India, Mainland China, Ukraine, Spain, Russia, New Zealand, Myanmar, Italy, Israel, Hong Kong, France, Cambodia, Brunei, Brazil, Belgium and Austria.
The Meizu M5c will be available in five different colors – Pink, Blue, Red, Gold and Black (sorry ‘white’ lovers). Talking about what’s interesting it has, the handset has One Mind AI technology that allocates only required memory to applications in order to improve the performance of device.
Talking about specifications, the Meizu M5c features a 5 inch display with HD resolution and is powered by a quad-core processor running at 1.3GHz of clocked processing speed.
Other internals of the Meizu M5c include 2 gigs of RAM and 16 gigs of on-board storage which is expandable up to 256 gigs through MicroSD. Unfortunately, there is no dedicated memory card slot. The second SIM slot doubles as fingerprint sensor.
Coming to the imaging department, the Meizu M5c features an 8 megapixels shooter on the back with f/2.0 lens aperture; while a 5 megapixels camera is placed at the front for selfies. The front camera supports ArcSoft beautification algorithm.
Connectivity options on the Meizu M5c include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3G, 4G and GPS. Further, the smartphone comes with fiver sensors – Gyroscope, Ambient Light, Accelerometer, Proximity and Compass.