Meizu is expected in the next couple of days released two smartphones, the Meizu X and M5 Note. While the Meizu X is billed for release on November 30, the Meizu M5 Note has got a December 6 launch date. However, a relatively unknown Meizu M3X (not MX3) has appeared on Geekbench database and it was uploaded just yesterday.
The device is listed as packing an MT6757 chip which is the MediaTek Helio P20 chipset and it is clocked at 1.64GHz. The device also features 3GB of RAM and runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS which would likely be tweaked with the latest Flyme 6 UI. On the Geekbench test score, the device manages a single core score of 851 points, and on the multi-core test it polled a total of 3896 points.
This specs line-up is similar to the rumored ones of the expected Meizu X but the name just don’t tally. The name sometimes listed on the benchmark database might be incorrect, so the device may end up coming with another name different from Meizu M3X. Although Meizu Blue charm smartphones are named in this pattern, there is already an MX3 so confusion might arise. The phone might end up being called M5X but even at that, there is also an MX5 from last year so that would be confusing as well. It’s a day away from being official so we’ll wait to see how this pans out.