Meizu debuted the M5 handset last month, as the follow-up to the M3 model and now it’s preparing some derived smartphones from this unit. Meizu M5 Note is one such example, having just been certified by TENAA and detailed below.
We could see this phone debuting this week, at the November 30 Meizu event meant to bring us the Meizu X phone. TENAA lists the M5 Note in 3 versions, with model numbers M621Q, M621C and M621M. They all share the same design, but feature different specs, like storage and RAM. Meizu M5 Note is said to have an all metal body and it’ll come in 2 GB, 3 GB and 4 GB RAM versions.
It’s also shipped with 16, 32 or 64 GB of storage and a 5.5 inch TFT display with Full HD resolution. Inside we’ll find an octa core CPU clocked at 1.8 GHz, possibly a MediaTek. Flyme 6 OS should be on board, applied on top of Marshmallow or maybe Nougat and other specs include a microSD card slot, main 13 MP camera and secondary 5 MP shooter.
This is dual SIM phone with 4G VoLTE support, a 4000 mAh battery on board and an 8.15 mm waistline. There’s a fingerprint scanner upfront, within the mBack Home button. The Meizu M5 started at $101, so we expect a similar sum here.