The Meizu 6T will go against the Redmi S2 for the crown of best budget camera device
Meizu's may have been hit by the slight decline of the Chinese market and the dominance of bigger OEMs like Xiaomi and Huawei but the company looks to be fighting against the tide. The company has released the Meizu M6s, E3, and 15 devices this year—all of which are fine devices on paper—and is set to release yet another one, this time a budget device in the form of the Meizu M6T.
The M6T will be sold under Meizu's Blue Charm division, an arm of the company that caters for the bang for buck segment. The M6T was spotted a while ago on TENAA, with the listing throwing more light on it. According to the TENAA page, the device will sport a 5.7-inch HD+ display, an octa-core processor, dual rear cameras, and a 3230 mAh battery. Those, and its purported $160 price puts it in direct competition with the recently launched Redmi S2.
The S2 was Xiaomi's first sub-$200 device to sport dual rear cameras and the same holds true for Meizu with the M6T. Going by the listing, the M6T's dual rear cameras are a 13 MP and 2 MP couple, while there's an 8 MP sensor at the front.
The Meizu M6T is confirmed for a May 29 launch.