Meizu M5 clears TENAA certification, reveals three different variants in the make
October 31 is fast approaching and that means that we are nearing the launch date that we have heard would be on the Meizu M5. Before this day though, we have been related to some of the specs and images of the device and if you want to know where we got access to this it is not from any other unofficial source or rumours but from the TENAA certification that it just happened to get in the region of China.
While we have always known TENAA to give us the access to key specs on a piece of hardware, this particular one has helped us make interesting discoveries.
For one, while the device would still keep the display at 720p, it would be on 5.2 inches of screen instead and there would be three variants of the device that would be based mainly on the RAM and internal storage space. They would all be configured at 2GB/16GB, 3GB/32GB and 6GB/64GB. It however seems that they have not improved in the chipset as the 3 because we are seeing something that looks like a MediaTek MT6750.
For the camera section, the back has a 13MP shooter slapped on it while there is a 5MP provision for selfie lovers, all drawing power from the 3000mAh battery.
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