Earlier this month, a mysterious Meizu smartphone with model number M172C was certified by the Chinese 3C authority which according to reports out of China, is the upcoming Meizu M6s which we had already seen in a couple of alleged leaked images.
Right now, the same handset had also passed through the Chinese TENAA authority as well. Although the listing has yet to publish its official images and specifications, but it do revealed that the device will be coming with a 5.7-inches display and a 2,930mAh battery capacity. This adds more credence to the alleged hands-on video of the Meizu M6s as the device seen in the video seems to sport a similar display size.
Although the M712C is currently known as the M6s around the web, but the device maybe rebranded with a mblu moniker when it is announced. According to the rumor mills, the Meizu M6s is expected to be a mid-ranger smartphone that comes with a 18:9 full screen display which is powered by a MT6793 SoC with 3GB of RAM and 32GB internal storage space. There will also be a 13 megapixels main snapper on the rear chassis, as well as a 5 megapixel sensor located at the front for selfies.