Awhile ago, we reported that Chinese smartphone giant Meizu is prepping a new mid-ranger smartphone which will feature a 18:9 widescreen display in the coming months. This yet-to-be announced handset dubbed as the Meizu M6S had also been spotted in a couple of alleged snapshots which gave us a good look at the device’s front panel.
Right now, the same device has also been spotted in an alleged hands-on video which reaffirms a full-screen display for the upcoming Meizu M6S. Unlike most other Meizu smartphones from the M series, the M6S could be rebranded with a ‘mblu’ moniker this time round as the device’s rear chassis could be seen bearing a “mblu by Meizu” wording near the bottom right. This isn’t really surprising given that there are already reports suggesting that the Chinese company could be bringing its Blue Charm sub-brand to the global markets that may jolly well be renamed as mblu instead.
Aside from that, the leaker also revealed that the Meizu M6S will be coming with a fingerprint sensor which is affixed the right side of the device below the Power button. This is surely something new since the current smartphones all have their fingerprint sensors located either on its front panel or its rear chassis. Other than that, the device in the video looks rather similar to the one we’d seen from the the earlier leaked images, except for the slight differences in the arrangement of its selfie-cam and proximity sensor above the main display.
If nothing goes wrong, the Meizu M6S is expected to be announced somewhere during January next year.