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Meizu M1E Specs,Photos And Features Leaked Before Release

Meizu M1E

With only two days until its release, several photos have leaked detailing the upcoming Meizu M1E specs and design.

Apparently the Meizu M1E will be powered by an Exynos 8890 chipset and a 3.100 mAh battery. The latter will supposedly feature 18w mCharge technology developed by Meizu.

However, there is another rumor about the phone that states that it will feature a Helio P10 processor complete with a Mali T680 GPU. It’s also believed to sport a Full HD display and to have a 13 MP rear camera. It will also supposedly sport 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of native storage space. It is also believed to run on Flyme OS 5.2.1 along with an Android 5.1.1 OS.

Lastly, another recent leak suggests that the Meizu M1E will also allow users to control their cars from a remote distance. By that we mean that Meizu M1E owners will be able to control air conditioning, unlock car doors and heat up their seats by using the device so they’ll have their car nice and cozy when they get in.

It’s actually a pretty nice perk for a car owner to be able to do that. However, if you were thinking that you can use this phone app on any smart tech car, you should know that it doesn’t work on just any car. It only works on a certain car: the Roewe RX5.

This car was released at the beginning of this year and was made by Alibaba together with SAIC Motor. The former is a Chinese company best known for e-commerce that also has stakes in the Meizu Company. So there you have it, if you want to have an awesome remote controlled car, you need a specific car and a specific smartphone.

The Meizu M1E is presumed to be released officially on the 10th of August so you won’t have to wait for long to have it, especially if you happen to already be a Roewe RX5 owner. So far, there are no rumors about the pricing of the device, nor is there any official statement on this matter from Meizu.

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