Meizu MX5 HD Gets Pictured for the First time, Also Specced by TENAA
Over the past days we’ve learned that there’s a Meixu MX5 flagship coming and we also got to see its pictures and specs. Then we found out that there were going to be two versions of the phone, one dubbed M575M and the other M575U. Well, today we get to see the first picture of the Meizu MX5 HD, aka the M575M.
The finishing is more matte than on the MX5 and the unibody aluminum case has an iPhone-like vibe. The camera also seems a tad bigger, while the facade is pretty much the same, maybe with less narrow bezels than the MX5. The source of the leak claims that this product will come in August, but didn’t reveal other details. Luckily, TENAA is here to help, having certified the product.
It comes with a 5.5 inch Full HD screen, a 2.3 GHz octa core CPU, probably a MediaTek and 3 GB of RAM. The handset measures 7.9 mm in thickness and offers LTE connectivity, as well as a 20 megapixel camera with 4x optical zoom, like the regular MX5. A front 5 MP camera and 16 GB of storage are also here. For now, aside from minor design differences, we can’t tell the MX5 and MX5 HD apart.