Meizu MX6 revealed with 12MP Sony IMX386 CMOS camera sensor and 3060 mAh battery
As promised by Meizu, the Meizu MX6 was unveiled yesterday in Beijing, China as the latest smartphone. Not only it was marketed for having solid picture quality, but it's also really thin as well measuring just 7.25mm in thickness only. We got the official specification of the full metal phone below:
- Helio X20 deca-core processor
- 4GB RAM
- 32GB storage
- 5.5-inch 1080p LCD panel display
- Measures 7.25mm in body thickness
- 12MP rear camera (Sony IMX386 CMOS sensor) + 5MP front camera
- Features fingerprint sensor and dual SIM dual standby
- Supports VoLTE, 4G+ and Cat. 6 LTE connectivit
- Flyme UI based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow
- 3060 mAh battery
As the camera being the main highlight, it has PDAF, large 1.25um pixels and f/2.0 aperture in the camera sensor, The phone also has a new algorithm that improvises the colour balance and reduces noise in the pictures. Meizu even went as far as saying the MX6 is on par with Samsung Galaxy S7 edge //technave.com/gadget/Samsung-Galaxy-S7-Edge-Price-in-Malaysia-Specs-6529.html, but with faster imaging speed. Other than that, the battery charging speed is worth mentioning, as Meizu claimed in just 10 minutes of charging can make the phone last half a day at 12V 2A (24W).
The price tag for the device is 1999 Yuan (around RM1203), which is surprisingly affordable. It will go on sale in China first on 30 July and registration started yesterday afternoon. In the meantime, enjoy these MX6 picture samples below and stay tuned for more news at Technave.com!