Meizu M6 Note with dual rear cameras to launch on August 23
Meizu wrapped up the launch of their Pro 7 and Pro 7 Plus flagships a few weeks ago, so it's no surprise that they're already moving on to more subdued entries. Their latest mid-range offering, the M6 Note, is set for an August 23 launch, with the company sending out press invites for an event scheduled for that day.
The M6 Note is the logical successor to the M5 Note that was released in December last year, and it makes a number of visible improvements on it. The M5 Note was powered by the lower-mid-range Helio P10 SoC but the M6 Note will run on the more impressive Helio P25. The Helio P25 has raw performance figures that are on par with a Snapdragon 652—albeit with a worse GPU—while consuming much less power due to its 16nm manufacturing process.
Like the M5 Note, the M6 Note sports a 5.5" FHD display, and a 4000mAh battery. It features dual rear cameras, though, while the M5 Note housed a regular single sensor.
The M6 Note will come in two variants: One with 3 GB of RAM and another with 4 GB, with both having 32 GB and 64 GB of storage options. The one with 4 GB of RAM is expected to retail for US$237.
We'll keep you updated on any new information.
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