We’ve heard this theory before: Meizu is testing a variety of OSes on an upcoming phone. This time things get interesting because the handset in question is the Meizu Blue Charm, a supposed iPhone 5c clone that will cost only $128.



The product is expected to debut during a special event on the 28th of this month and now rumors are claiming it may get 3 OSes to choose from. Apparently, you may be able to buy the phone with either Android, Ubuntu or YunOs. As far as I know, the future of the Ubuntu Touch project was uncertain, so it surprise me to see that platform here. Charm Blue is shown in the image above with different platforms.

We’ve got Android on the phone in the middle, Flyme on the one on the left and YunOS on the one on the right. In the meantime, we remind you that the Meizu Blue Charm is said to come with a 5 inch 720p display and a 13 megapixel camera. Which operating system do you think suits it best?

via news.mydrivers.com

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