It’s a relatively quiet day for news related to Chinese smartphones, thanks to the New Year Celebrations in the country. However, recently, a new Meizu device was spotted in a certification listing. The model number Meizu M681Q is an unknown smartphone from the company, which means this could be an upcoming device. From the naming scheme, the M681Q could be the rumored Meizu MX6 flagship that will succeed the existing MX5 smartphone.
Unfortunately, the radio certification doesn’t reveal much about the device. But it does show that the model will support GSM / TD-SCDMA / WCDMA / CDMA2000 / TD-LTE / FDD-LTE networks, which means full network support in China. Also, this certificate proves that the phone exists and could be in the final stages. Of course, unless the Meizu MX6 receives important certifications like TENAA or 3C, we can’t be sure that the device will launch soon. So, the launch may still be a few months away. In case you remember, earlier leaks had said that the phone could release sometime in April, which is still a couple of months away.
As for the specs, the Meizu MX6 was spotted on AnTuTu last month. The benchmark app revealed that the phone could come with Mediatek’s latest Helio X20 10-core chipset along with Mali-T880 MP4 GPU and 3GB of RAM. While the screen size was not revealed by AnTuTu, the resolution was said to be 1920 x 1080 pixels. Also, the phone was running on the new Android 6.0 Marshmallow platform.
We even saw alleged press invites for the launch of the MX6 a few weeks back, but as of now, we have no official details from the company about its release. Hopefully, things will get clearer in the coming days, so stay tuned.