Meizu M6 Note camera sample leaks, release set for August 23

It was only yesterday that the camera prowess of Meizu M6 Note was highlighted, thanks to a Weibo leak which showed, via a video, that that Meizu M6 Note camera will be able to focus 5 times faster than iPhone 7 Plus. Building up on that, another leak has surfaced online which shows a Meizu M6 Note camera sample.

Coming from Deng Anming, assistant to the president at Wingtech Communication, the leak seems quite legit. Notably, Wingtech is a Shanghai-based IDH (Independent Design House). The picture clicked by the upcoming budget Meizu  phablet shows a crystal clear image, proof enough of its camera’s great focus and stunning quality.

As can be seen from the camera sample above, the M6 Note sensor is capable of capturing even the finest details. The bright picture quality is testament to the fact that Meizu has done an incredible job with the M6 Note.

Not to forget, the phablet will boast dual cameras at the back which should get a vertical placement. Interestingly, the  quad LED will be integrated into the antenna band on the top, playing a dual role of lighting up images as well enhancing the design of the device.

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Turning our attention to the specifications, the Meizu M6 Note will sport a 5.5-inches Full HD LCD display. In terms of storage, it will comes in two versions — one with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage and another 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. The base model should cost around CNY1,599 which is $240 approximately.

The SoC remains debatable with some rumors pointing towards a Qualcomm chipset while others still referring that the device will be powered by a Helio P25 chipset. In fact, Meizu has announced major changes for its M-series in terms of camera and processor. So could be that Qualcomm will be taken on board instead of MediaTek which also powered Meizu M5 Note.

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Meizu will launch M6 Note at an event on August 23rd which directly clashes with the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 release.

Via: Weibo

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