Meizu revealed a few weeks ago that it was going to board the Android Go train with a new mobile phone. That phone may be the one that has been spotted at the FCC.
A Meizu phone with model number 2ANQ6-M810L appeared on the FCC website on Monday, May 1. According to the FCC, the phone has LTE support. There are also schematics of the phone which give us an idea of the design.
The Meizu 2ANQ6-M810L has a single rear camera positioned in the upper middle part of the phone. There is also a LED flash below it. We can make out a 3.5mm audio jack at the top, power button and volume control buttons on the right, and a SIM tray on the left. It also has speaker grilles at the bottom that are separated by a USB port.
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The Meizu phone is expected to launch as the Meizu mBlue A6. It will likely have a second version for the Chinese market.