17 January 2018
Chinese consumer electronics company Meizu is all set to launch their new device Meizu M6s on January 17. Followed by the TENAA certification, the device appeared on AnTuTu Benchmark recently. And now, the device appeared on Geekbench ahead of next week's launch.
As per the report, Meizu M6s will be powered by the hexa-core Exynos 7872 64-bit SoC clocked at 1.6GHz coupled at 3GB of RAM and 32GB of Internal Storage. Mali-G71 will take care of the graphics properties of the device. M6s will be Meizu's first smartphone to pack a bezel-less 2:1 display with 710x1440 pixels.
Speaking about the camera specs of the device, we could expect a 13 Mega Pixel sensor at the rear side and a 5-MegaPixel sensor at the front panel dedicated to taking selfies. The most surprising aspect of the Meizu M6S design is the placement of the fingerprint scanner on the right edge below the power button.
A hands-on video of the device surfaced last month confirming the full front-facing display. The video shows that the device will ditch the regular Meizu branding for the whole new ' mblu banding'. Let us wait until January 17 to read the official specs and features of the device. Meanwhile, look at the photo of the device leaked earlier this month.