Meizu yesterday officially launched yet another sleek smartphone, more of a smaller version of the M6 Note. The Meizu M6 utilizes a classic design and is available in four colors. One of the main features of the device is the camera setup, both at the front and rear aspects. At the front, there is an 8MP selfie camera with f/2.0 aperture, self-timer, and other features.
On the other hand, the Meizu M6 packs at its rear, a 13MP camera with an RGBW color sensor, f/2.2 aperture, 5P lens. Meizu has again worked with ArcSoft on image optimization algorithms to improve features like noise reduction and HDR photography. This improvement seems to have resulted in a powerful camera capable of capturing crisp clear shots. The Chinese tech company has now shared some samples shot by the M6’s main camera and just like the M6 Note, the photos are credible evidence of the potentials the M6’s camera holds.
Unfortunately, none of the pictures show us how the M6’s camera would perform in low light conditions because they all seem to have been captured on a sunny day. Apart from the capable camera, the budget M6 also utilizes a MediaTek MT6750 processor which is a 64-bit, Octa-core processor. This is paired with 2GB of RAM on some models and 3GB of RAM on some others. This also plays some role in the camera output of the Meizu M6. Here are some of the camera samples.