Supposed Meizu MS Leaked in TENNA

Today a new Meizu phone has been leaked in TENNA documents. It comes with a model number of M621C –S, therefore, it refers to the M (Blue Charm) series. But what’s interesting we have got acquainted with the leaked plans of Meizu in 2017, and there is no such a handset listed in that plan. According to the leaked document, Meizu should launch a MT6753-powered smartphone named Meizu M5S. It happened. The next phone should be announced in June, and it should be the Meizu Pro 7 sporting a MediaTek Helio X30world’s fastest deca-core processor. Moreover, looking at the Meizu plan document, we can’t find any handset to be packed with a MediaTek Helio P10. The most possible variant is the Meizu MS. Anyway, let’s take a peek at the key features of this new M series handset of Meizu.

Meizu MS

Meizu MS

The phone with a model number of M621C –S sports an M-series-like design. It has dimensions of 153.6 × 75.8 × 8.15mm and weighs 175 grams. There are three color options including white, silver, and blue.

Meizu MS Meizu MS

As for hardware, the device should be packed with a 5.5-inch 1080p screen, MediaTek Helio P10 octa-core processor clocked at 1.8GHz, 2GB /3GB / 4GB memory, 16GB /32GB / 64GB internal memory, 13MP and 5MP cameras on the back and front, respectively, 3920mAh battery supporting fast charge, Android 6.0, and dual SIM card supporting 4G network.

Many think this is the legendary Meizu MS. But as I said the leaked Meizu documents claim this phone should come in July and it should sport a MediaTek Helio P25 chip. I guess there are tons of differences between the P25 and P10 chips. So either the manufacturer has changed its plans or the Meizu MS will have a several variants.



Argam Artashyan

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