Earlier this month, Meizu unveiled its latest smartphone in the Blue Charm lineup, the Meizu M2 Note. However, from the leaks that we are seeing in the past few days, it looks like the company will announce the successor to the Meizu M1 too pretty soon.
We have already come across several pictures showing off the rear cover of the new generation Meizu M2. Today, we have spotted the M2 smartphone in a benchmark test, which reveals almost everything about the phone’s specifications.
The benchmark result reveals that the phone will come with MT6735 quad-core 64-bit processor. In a previous report, we had seen that this chipset performed better than Snapdragon 410, however, it should be a bit slower than MT6732. Also, the chip uses Mali-T720 GPU instead of a much more powerful Mali-T760 (found on the M1). But for the slightly lower performance, this chip boasts of full network connectivity, supporting even CDMA networks.
Other specs include a 5-inch 720p display, instead of 1280x 768 pixel resolution display on the Meizu M1. There will be 2GB of RAM on board along with 13MP rear camera and 5MP front facing shooter.
Overall, apart from the full network connectivity and 2GB, the Meizu M2 doesn’t have much to be called as a successor. The company could offer the phone for the same price tag (699 Yuan), or even at a cheaper price, like it did with the Meizu M2 Note. But as of now, we have not received any official information from the company.
Anyways, since the leaks are coming in fast, we expect a launch pretty soon. So, stay tuned.