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Meizu MX6 launched with deca-core MediaTek processor in China

Meizu MX6 sports a 12MP Sony image sensor with pixel size of 1.4 micron and f/2.0 lens

By: Tech Desk |
July 19, 2016 7:00:08 pm
Meizu MX6 comes with a metal unibody design and is just 7.5 mm thick (Source: Meizu) Meizu MX6 comes with a metal unibody design and is just 7.5 mm thick (Source: Meizu)

Meizu has launched its latest MX6 smartphone in China. At a dedicated event in Beijing, Meizu has announced MX6 smartphone and few other accessories.

Meizu MX6 comes with a metal unibody design and is just 7.5 mm thick. The smartphone features a 5.5-inch display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. The display made by Sharp is covered by a 2.5D curved glass.

Under the hood, Meizu MX6 is powered by a Helio X20 chipset coupled with Mali-T880MP4 GPU. The processor is not as powerful as the one found on Meizu Pro 6 but it should be able to handle most tasks thanks to 4GB RAM.

Meizu MX6 comes with a 32GB storage, dual-SIM support and LTE Cat 6 network compatibility. The Meizu MX6 is supported by a 3,060mAh battery which supports fast charging.

Meizu has also announced a Loop Jacket case which looks similar Samsung's offering (Source: Meizu) Meizu has also announced a Loop Jacket case which looks similar to Samsung’s offering (Source: Meizu)

As far as camera is concerned, Meizu MX6 sports a 12MP Sony image sensor with pixel size of 1.4 micrometre and f/2.0 lens. The image sensor also supports dual-tone flash and phase-detection autofocus.

Meizu MX6 runs Android Marshmallow based Flyme UI and the device will go on sale in Gray, Gold and Silver colour variants. Meizu MX6 is priced at 1,999 Yuan (approximately Rs 20,065) for the 4GB RAM, 32GB storage model.

Meizu has also announced a Loop Jacket case which looks similar to Samsung’s offering. The case is priced at 99 Yuan (approximately Rs 994).

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