Not long after Meizu went official with the Meizu M5, another device going by the name Meizu M5 Note has been spotted on benchmark site GeekBench, where it went through some testing, along the line giving us a peek at some of its specs. The device seems to be a premium version of the M5 which launched with a 5.2-inch 720 pixels display and powered by a MediaTek MT6750 chip.
According to the GeekBench data, the Meizu M5 Note features the MediaTek Helio P10 processor (MT6755) inside it. The processor which is an Octa-core CPU ran at a clock speed of 1GHz, perhaps for the test. The device is also listed as having 3GB of RAM, a tad higher than the 2GB RAM on the M5 and running Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS. On the result bench, the Meizu M5 Note polled a score of 687 points on the single-core test and 2481 points on the multi-core test.
In another related development, a device suspected to be the M5 Note has also been revealed to have received 3C (CCC) certification in China. The device is listed as M682 and this is deduced to be the M5 Note giving the fact that the M3 Note was listed with the model number M681. The CCC certificate is required on all devices that is imported, used or sold in the Chinese market and this latest listing could be an indication that the device will likely launch soon.