Chinese manufacturer Meizu just announced a new addition to its mid-range line-up, just three months after introducing the Meizu M5s. We’re talking about the Meizu M5c, designed for the international market and marking a premiere for the company, to be more specific, since it’s the first time when they’re announcing a new model outside the usual Chinese launch channels.
Announced via Twitter, the Meizu M5c has a design which continues the current language, featuring a slight resemblance to the M5s, except the position of the fused antenna band at the rear.
Besides this, the handset has a curved body, with well-chambered edges, but it’s not made of metal. Meizu opted for a poly-carbonate unibody, specially crafted using ultra-high precision CNC techniques.
Moving on to the specs, the Meizu M5c comes with a 5″ display, rocking an HD resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels, resulting a contrast ration of 1000:1. Also, let’s not forget about the ‘sophisticated GFF full-lamination technology, which results to a maximum brightness of 400 nit!
The phone is powered by a 64-bit MediaTek-made system-on-chip, with a quad-core configuration and clocked at 1.3GHz, while the GPU is a Mali-T720 unit. The spec sheet is completed by 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of native storage, expandable with up to 128 more, using a microSD card. As for the camera department, it has an 8MP main unit on the back, with f/2.0 aperture, 4-element lens and ISP technology, while on the front there’s a 5MP selfie shooter.
The operating system comes with Meizu’s Flyme 6 UI one top, which integrates the company’s AI system, One Mind. The latter allows you to allocate memory to your apps, based on your usage, delivering the best experience.
Finally, let’s not forget about the 3000mAh non-removable battery, and the 4GB connectivity support.
The Meizu M5c will be available in Black, Gold, Blue, Red and Pink, while the price is still unknown.