Chinese mobile device manufacturer Meizu has officially unveiled their new smartphone – Meizu M5 Note.
The device features a lot of improvements and innovations, compared to the previous M3 Note. The body of M5 Note is made of thicker metal for more durability and reliability. Meizu engineers have also done a great job with the processor. The MediaTek Helio P10 chipset has been optimized and, as a result, it became more productive. Another major improvement is the camera of M5 – it’s now fitted with a hybrid (laser and phase detection) autofocus. Consequently, image quality is considerably higher than on previous models.
In other features there are no big differences with M3 Note. Among other basics, we should mention the 5.5-inch Full HD display, Android 6.0 Marshmallow with the Flyme 6 skin, fingerprint sensor and a powerful 4000mAh battery which supports Quick Charge technology.
Meizu M5 will be available in two versions: the first will have 3GB of RAM, the second – 4GB. The amount of inbuilt memory also differs: 16, 32 or 64 GB.
Meizu M5 is coming out in 4 colours: blue, gold, black and silver. The prices in China differ from 899 to 1499 yuan ($130-220), depending on the version. The information about releases in other countries will be available later.