Meizu Wednesday went official with its newest smartphone meant to usher in a new era for the Chinese company. Meizu M6S comes with a full-screen design which stands out with the presence of an innovative on-screen mBack navigation button and a side fingerprint sensor.
Meizu M6S packs a single rear camera located at the centre of the device while there is an LED flash just under the device. The M6S features a Samsung 16MP CMOS sensor at the back with f/2.0 aperture, 112μm pixel area, PDAF, 5P lens, and a special HDR that’s developed by ArcSoft for the M6S. On the front, the phone features an 8MP sensor with f/2.0 aperture, ArcSoft algorithms, Intelligent facial brightness enhancement, and an adaptive beauty mode. A couple of camera samples shot on the Meizu model have been unearthed and they give us an idea of how the rear camera fares.
The camera samples are not really spectacular but decent enough for a device in the price category where the M6S falls into. In particular, the M6S camera performance in low light condition is impressive. This is an area where most smartphone cameras falter u the M6S’ is good. Shots captured in a bright light condition equally comes with some level of clarity but there is nothing spectacular. You can check out the sample photos for yourself from below.