Chinese manufacturer Meizu is preparing to add another entry-level smartphone to their portfolio! A set of images with the device, currently known as Meizu M5, made the rounds online, and reveals the front of the device, including a benchmark result, so we can make an idea about the specs!
It seems that the handset will be powered by Mediatek’s 64-bit MT6750 chipset, with an octa-core configuration, running at 1.5 GHz, and rock an HD display, with a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels. If the rumours about the display turn out to be true, the phone will have a 5.5″ panel, resulting a pretty low pixel density. The amount of RAM is just 2 GB, while the internal storage counts 16 GB, but the users will have access to just 10.66 GB.
Considering these entry-level specs, the phone’s final AnTuTu score, of just 40,140, doesn’t come as a surprise.
We also know that the Meizu M5 will have a 13 MP camera on the back, while the operating system should be the manufacturer’s own YunOS 5.1.1.
Currently, there aren’t any other details about this phone, but we’re looking forward to October 31, when it’s expected to make its debut, during a special event. Pricing options are still unknown.