Yesterday, Meizu released some teasers which announced the launch of the M5 Note would take place on December 6. The Meizu M5 Note takes over from the M3 Note and it is just apt that the teasers contained the M3 Note images with the date of the launch and other information written on the back of the device.
Now more details have emerged that the M5 Note would have two versions aside the three different storage sizes revealed on TENAA. There’s likely another model, the Meizu M5 Metal (Remember the Meizu M3 Metal from last year — this could be its successor!). These details were contained in a leaked document with the price list said to be for the expected devices. According to the document, the Meizu M5 Note carries a price tag of 999 Yuan ($145) for the 16GB version while the M5 Metal 16GB storage version comes in at a slightly higher 1099 Yuan ($159).
As a reminder, the Meizu M5 Note features a 5.5-inch display with a resolution of 1080 pixels. The device comes weighing 175g, has a dimension of 153.6 x 75.8 x 8.15 mm and cram a large 4,000mAh battery under its hood. The device packs an Octa-core 1.8GHz Helio P10 chip. The device features 3 different memory versions which include a 2GB RAM + 16GB ROM, 3GB RAM + 32GB ROM, and 4GB RAM + 64GB ROM. All three versions have room for expansion via a microSD card. There is also a 13MP rear and 5MP selfie shooter onboard.
Renders of the Meizu M5 Note have been missing in action all these while. This may be unconnected to the fact that Meizu has put up a world-class, quality design on the device as hinted on Weibo by Meizu’s CEO. We look forward to seeing the real images of the M5 Note soon, we won’t mind a couple of leaked images before the launch date.