Last month, Meizu officially announced the Meizu M1 Note in the market. Now, we are eagerly waiting for the second device in the lineup, the 5-inch Meizu M1 Note Mini. We have already seen some pictures of the device which looks similar to the iPhone 5C but today we have yet another leak which reveals the back design.
The leaked back cover of the upcoming Meizu M1 Note Mini is almost the same as the ones leaked last month. While the design is a lot similar to the M1 Note, the back cover on the new phone is reportedly made from different materials. There is a camera sensor on top with the single LED flash below it and the Meizu logo lies at the bottom.
As for the tech specs, the phone is said to come with a 5-inch 1080p display with MT6753 instead of MT6752 as earlier predicted. It will support CDMA20001X, EVDO Rev A, and FDD LTE/ TDD LTE networks. There will be 2GB RAM onboard and a 13MP + 5MP camera on the back and the front.
The company had teased a photo a few days back about the upcoming device. There were three different circles with another one in the middle. We thought that it meant three different launches in the Blue Charm brand on Jan 27. But looks like it means the upcoming phone will support the three main carriers in China namely the China Unicom, China Telecom and the China Mobile.
It is also said that a CDMA version of the Meizu M1 Note will be announced at the press event.
We are just two weeks away from the launch and we are sure that more leaks and pictures on the upcoming 5-inch Meizu M1 Note Mini will follow.