Meizu is all set to announce the Meizu MX6 flagship on July 19. While the phone has been in the news for a number of reasons previously, we now know the specs of the device thanks to its AnTuTu listing. The benchmarking app reveals most of the features of the device, so we know what to expect when we meet the handset after a few days.
Like expected, the Meizu MX6 will come with the Helio X20 deca-core chipset and Mali-T880 under the hood with 4GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage. While the display size is unknown (should be 5.5-inches), it will feature FHD 1080p resolution. At the back, the phone will come with a 12MP camera sensor while up front, you get a 5MP shooter. As for software, the Meizu MX6 will come with Flyme 5.2.2 with Android 6.0 Marshmallow on top.
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Usually, AnTuTu also reveals the score of the handset that hits the app, but this time, we don’t have that information. However, considering Helio X20 is powering the device, the AnTuTu score of the MX6 should easily be above 90k points.
Meizu teased the MX6 today, confirming the July 19 release date of the flagship. It looks like the company plans to release a number of accessories as well, alongside the device at the event. Read more details from our previous article here.