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Meizu M5 Note Hits AnTuTu Detailing More Specifications

by Jed John 3

Less than 48 hours after the Meizu M5 Note was spotted on Geekbench thus revealing some of its spec, the device has again appeared on popular benchmark website AnTuTu. The AnTuTu listing throws more light on the specifications the M5 Note would feature, at least some more light.

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According to the AnTuTu listing, the Meizu M5 Note features a 080 pixels display which may likely be 5.5 inches in size (cannot be less than the M5’s 5.2-inch display). The device is also listed as packing a MediaTek Helio P10 (MT6755M) processor, along with the Mali-T860 GPU, supported by 3GB of RAM as well as 32GB of internal storage. The device is also listed as running Android Marshmallow 6.0 out-of-the-box.

meizu-m3-noteThe M5 Note isn’t programmed to disappoint on the camera end, sporting 13MP rear camera as well as a 5MP front-facing camera for selfies. The Meizu M5 Note is said to have skipped bearing the M4 Note which ordinarily it should, considering that the last Note Meizu released was the M3 Note (pictured). This is because of the Chinese superstitious belief which associates the number 4 with bad luck.

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We can expect the device any time before the 12.12 sales period which Meizu may have been targeting with the device. We look forward to seeing the first render of the M5 Note, we’re sure that would be available soon.


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  • Lukas

    why? such pointless device….

  • G’n’T

    How can a device with ‘Note’ in the name be regarded as flagship and yet have a P10 in it? Just doesn’t make sense at all. Meizu = losing the plot..

  • Tremaine Underwood

    I wish Meizu would follow in the foot steps of others and use Mediatek for only low to midrange devices. They really need to reconsider there relationship with Qualcomm. There is nothing wrong with Mediatek chips, they have made the strategic decision to use weaker GPU’s. I just think they should be using them on their flagships. I own a M1 Note and I love Flyme and the constant updates, my phone is on another level to how it was when I got it. The problem is this M5 Note is three generations later and the processor is still weaker then the one 6752 I have. In fact in the reviews I have seen for the M3 Note they were saying that M1 note was an overall better phone still(Better processor, better camera, better screen). There is absolutely no reason for me to upgrade, so I ended up switching to a Leeco. Why can’t they put the X10 in here, or even the X20 to bring it back to the same level of what it was with the first edition. The 6755 should move down to the budget M5 and the MX and Pro series need to move to Qualcomm or Exynos. The problem is Snapdragon powered phones are getting cheaper so why would anyone choose to pay more for a mediatek powered phone. I really hope that the renders of the Pro 7 are real and they use an Exynos(after the crap going on with them and Qualcomm a 821 is a pipe dream), they need something special.