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Meizu M6 Note Coming on August 23: Some Photos Leaked

We are moving towards according to Meizu’s plan for 2017. The Pro 7 is already out, and the next phones should be the Meizu MS and Meizu MX7. But we don’t have much info on these upcoming devices. Instead of them, we are getting more and more news about the third device in the list, Meizu M6 Note. A few days back the M6 Note from the much popular Blue Charm series has been leaked in spy photos. They prove this handset will come with a Helio P25 chip, 4GB of RAM, and Sony IMX258 camera sensors. It is going to become the first wallet-friendly smartphone of this company featuring a dual-camera. Now we have other spotted photos showing the back panel of this handset.

Meizu M6 Note

According to these photos, the Meizu M6 Note will be officially announced on August 23. Apart of this, the photos disclose two features, or rather design lineaments. First, it will use the same LED lights design on the antenna belt like the Meizu E2. This is going to become the Blue Charm series’ distinguishing design element. Second, the camera sensors are located vertically on the middle upper side. But one of them looks larger due to a circle around it. The rest of features should include a 5.5-inch Full HD screen, 64GB of internal memory (probably, eMMC), and 4000mAh battery.

Meizu M6 Note

According to the leaked document we talked about at the beginning of this article, the Meizu M6 Note should be unleashed in October, and it should sport a Helio P20 chip. But as we see, this plan has been changed a little. And the next smartphone of Meizu will be the Blue Charm line smartphone instead of the MS and MX7.

P.S. The Meizu M6 Note should cost 1599 yuan ($239) only. Thus it will be able to compete with a number of dual-camera handsets available in the market at low price tags.

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