Meizu mBlu Model Sporting a Full-screen Design Certified by China’s TENAA

by Jed John 0

Meizu seems to still be fiddling with the mBlu brand name long after the company was expected to have changed the Blue Charm mid-range sub-brand to mBlu. The highly innovative Chinese company had launched the Meizu E3 and it bore the mBlu branding on the models first showcased at the launch event. The branding was somehow removed in subsequent units. A new Meizu model has just been certified by TENAA in China and the device isn’t only listed with the mBlu branding but also it has the mBlu logo stamped on the back panel.

 

The Meizu mBlu model comes with the model number M811Q and comes with a dimension of 152.3x73x8.4mm, weighing in at 150g. The device also sports a 5.7-inch TFT display with a resolution of 1440 x 720p which is an HD+ resolution. Thus, the mBlu model will likely come with an 18:9 aspect ratio. The device will be available in Gold, Black, Red and Blue colour variants when it eventually hits the market. We can’t say which chipset will power the model but it is listed with a 1.5GHz CPU.  Meizu mBlu

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Further, the mBlu M811Q packs a dual camera setup at the rear. The cameras are aligned vertically in the middle and the design doesn’t include a protrusion. The rear camera is a 13MP + 2MP combo while at the front there is an 8MP camera. The device packs a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor placed just under the cameras, and under its hood, there is a 3230mAh battery. The device will also be available in 2GB, 3GB and 4GB RAM variants which would be paired with 16GB, 32GB and 64GB expandable native storage respectively.

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