22 October 2017
Yesterday, Meizu launched a new device to its M lineup with the unveiling of the Meizu M6, which came just a month after the company pulled all strings to bring in its first Snapdragon powered device in the M6 Note. Nearly a month after Meizu rolled out the camera samples to the then-latest device, the company has prepared a set of images as official samples taken from its latest smartphone.
Looking at the camera samples, it’s quite clear that all the images were shot on the phone’s primary camera, which is a 13MP shooter with f/2.2 aperture and an RGBW color sensor. The integrated image optimisation technology from ArcSoft reduces the noise level and enhances HDR photography which clicking pictures. The complex set of algorithms used by the company has achieved the right amount of color saturation which looks to be well balanced as well, especially when taken from outdoors.
Browsing through the different samples, the Meizu M6 nailed the beach shots keeping the exposure balanced under the sun by still not ruining the image. We’re yet to analyze the low-light capabilities of the device since the company hasn’t provided with the same, which kind of makes it suspicious at the moment.
The Meizu M6 is a compact phone made entirely of metal which features a 5.2-inch HD display. The device is powered by an octa-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz with 2/3GB of RAM and an option to choose from 16GB and 32GB of onboard storage. The device will equip a 3070mAh battery and will run on the not-so-latest Android 7.0 Nougat interface with Meizu’s own Flyme 6 skin on top.