For months now, rumours about Meizu’s next flagship smartphone kept surfacing, building at the same time excitement around its launch event. The Meizu MX6 has finally been uncovered earlier this morning in Beijing, China, and it features an all metal design similar to what we’ve seen on the Pro 6 model, with a 5.5″ display and deca-core processor.
Meizu MX6 has an 1080p incell LCD panel with TDDI technology developed by Sharp, it comes with MediaTek’s Helio X20 processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage and a 3,060 mAh built-in battery, which offers fast charging (a 10 minutes charge will last you about half a day).
The smartphone comes with a 12MP camera equipped with Sony’s IMX386 CMOS sensor, it has 4G+ connectivity (Cat 6 LTE), VoLTE, dual SIM slots, it runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS version with Flyme UI on top of it.
As for the price, the Meizu MX6 will cost 1,999 Yuan, about £230. The preorders program starts today in China, with shipping beginning July 30.
Giving its features and hardware design, Meizu MX6 is one of the cheapest flagship smartphone available today.