Remember the Meizu M5 Note that arrived in December 2016? When we reviewed it, we said it is pretty average. Maybe Meizu took notes since the successor will arrive allegedly on September 6 with a faster chipset.
The Helio P25 is the current SoC inside the flagship Meizu Pro 7 and we expect the M6 Note to offer faster and more power-efficient performance than the M5 Note. It is paired with octa-core CPU and Mali-T880 GPU.
There will be a 5.5 LCD screen with Full HD resolution, nothing out of the ordinary here. The memory combo might be 3 GB RAM + 32 GB storage or a more expensive version that would arrive with 4 gigs of RAM and 64 more for all your data. The battery is expected to have 4,000 mAh capacity.
When announced, the phone should cost CNY1,599 or about $240.
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