Meizu, the Chinese phone maker has released their new flagship smartphone, the Meizu M6. The highlight of the new device include the octa-core processor.
The Meizu M6 sports a 5.2inch HD display, with the screen resolution reading 720x1080p. The screen receives protection from 2.5D curved glass. As mentioned, the CPU is an octa-core one, the MediaTek MT6750 with the Mali T860 GPU to take care of the graphics. The CPU has a clocking speed of 1.5GHz.
The Meizu M6 is being released in two RAM variants; 2GB and 3GB and the corresponding internal memory storage levels will be 16GB and 32GB respectively. The battery on this phone is 3070mAh, reasonably big to support the other specs. The Android Nougat, Version 7.0 is the OS. The Flyme 6.0 UI will act as the skin on top of the Android OS. Meizu has provided as fingerprint sensor also on the Meizu M6. It is there on the front and can unlock the phone in 0.2seconds.
A 13MP camera in the rear and an 8MP sensor at the front account for the camera setup. The choices of colours for the buyers of the new Meizu M6 are Moonlight Silver, Champagne Gold, Matte Black, and Electric Light Blue.
The phoneâ€™s dimensions are 148.2mmx72.8mmx8.3mm and the weight is 143grams.
Meizu claims the shipments will commence from September 25 and pre-orders are being accepted now. However, these announcements are relevant only for the Chinese market. The indicated price for the 2GB/16GB variant is CNY699 and that for the 3GB/32GB one is CNY 899. When converted into Indian Rupees, these would come to around Rs. 6,800 and Rs. 8,800 respectively. One will have to wait to know when the phone will be made available outside of China.