Similar to other Chinese smartphone OEMs, Meizu are well-known for manufacturing Android smartphones with the reasonable price with an attractive design as well as a good build quality. The Meizu’s phone usually utilize the system-on-a-chips of MediaTek and the Exynos SoC of Samsung, but they have never cooperate with Qualcomm to integrate its chip due to a patent lawsuit. However, everything has been changed now when we see the Snapdragon 625 in the company’s latest M6 Note.
Meizu has just launched the new M6 Note in its home country. The phone feature a 5.5″ fullHD display with a fingerprint scanner embedded the Home button beneath it. As noted above, M6 Note will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor along with two RAM options: 3GB or 4GB. The 3GB variant will pack with 16GB and 32GB of internal storage options while the 4GB variant comes with 64GB of internal storage. Keeping the light on is a 4,000mAh battery capacity with Meizu’s mCharge fast charging technology
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Besides the Snapdragon chipset, the Meizu M6 Note also features a dual camera placed at the back. The primary sensor is a 12MP Sony IMX362 one with a 1.4 µm pixel size and an f/1.9 lens while the second one is 5MP secondary camera. According to Meizu statement, the second camera on the M6 Note can be used to bring the popular bokeh effect and both cameras come with a dual-tone 4-LED flash with 0.03s focus times.
The front of the device features a 16MP camera with the f/2.0 aperture lens. The M6 Note will be pre-installed Android 7.1.2 Nougat with the Flyme 6.0 OEM custom layout on top. There will be three color options available, including Gold, Black and Blue with price tag from CNY1,099 ($164), CNY1,299 ($194) and CNY1,699 ($254) depending on the variant. As M6 Note is the first Meizu device to feature the Snapdragon SoC, it’s expected to bring the success for the company.