Meizu has unveiled its first smartphone which is powered by the Qualcomm chipset – Snapdragon 625 – to be precise. It is a mid-range device and the Snapdragon processor is accompanied by two RAM and three storage options – 3 GB RAM with 16 GB storage, 3 GB RAM with 32 GB storage and 4 GB RAM with 64 GB storage.
Regarding the operating system, Meizu has its own Flyme OS version 6.0 which is basically based on the Android Nougat 7.1.2. The display is an IPS LCD unit, measures at a generous 5.5 inches and delivers Full HD resolution. Overall, the phone has conventional dimensions with generous real estate at the top and bottom of the bodywork while the side bezels are there. The Home button at the front-bottom also sports a fingerprint sensor for added security.
However, the most impressive feature is undoubtedly the dual camera setup at the back. The primary lens is a 12 mega-pixel unit having an aperture of f1.9 (it is a Sony IMX362 sensor) while the secondary lens is of 5 mega-pixel with an aperture of f2.0. Expectedly, it is designed to take portrait images. On the front side, there is a 16 mega-pixel lens with an f2.0 aperture.
Lastly, the running time is provided by a 4,000mAh battery which should last decently long. The M6 Note has been launched at following prices – USD $ 164, $ 194 and $ 254. Furthermore, it will be available in Black, Blue and Gold colors – no fancy names there! Its availability in the Indian market is yet to be known.
Keep watching this space as we bring more updates on this.