As scheduled, Meizu has earlier announced their latest Meizu M6s mid-ranger which showcases a brand new design language for the company’s M series lineup. Some of the major changes seen on the M6s as compared to its predecessor is of course the removable of its traditional mback button in-place of an oncreen version which is capable of mimicking all three navigational functions offered by the mback button.
For instance, users can do a long press on the onscreen button if they want to return to the home screen. Additionally, to switch apps, users can just swipe left or right on the button as well as swipe up to show all the available apps.
Meizu M6s Specifications
To begin, the Meizu M6s will feature a 5.7-inches screen with HD+ resolution underneath a 2.5D glass display. The device is the first to be powered by Samsung’s latest hexa-core Exynos 7872 SoC which comprises of two Cortex A73 cores as well as 4 Cortex A53 cores.
The Meizu M6s will come with 3GB of RAM as well as either 32GB or 64GB internal storage space depending on which model you picked. Camera-wise, there will be a 16 megapixels main snapper sitting on its rear chassis, as well as a 8 megapixels camera on the front for those who enjoy taking selfies. To keep its lights on, there will be a 3,000mAh non-removable battery which supports a 18W fast-charging capability.
As for its software, the Meizu M6s will run on the latest Flyme 6.2 UI atop the Android 7.0 Nougat which is expected to be upgraded to the new Android Oreo at a later time.
Meizu M6s Price & Availability
The entry level model with 32GB onboard storage will come with a price tag of RMB999 ($155), while the higher-end model costing RMB1,199 ($186). Currently, the device is available only in the Chinese market but we do expect to land in other Asian markets in the coming months.