Meizu M5 could really be made official at Meizu’s Oct. 31st event
Meizu has already asked us to mark the 31st of October on our various calendars because they would be hosting an event on that day and for the mean time, there were a lot of rumours to suggest what that day might be about.
With most of the rumours flying around pointing to the launch of a new device which would be called the Meizu M5, there is new evidence today to swing the scales in the favour of the aforementioned rumour.
While responding to one of the questions posed by a user on Weibo, the VP of the company in person of Li Nan has dropped a hint to suggest that we would be getting to see the device ahead of the slated November 11 date that has been picked for its launch.
Given that this is the only event they have before that in this same timeline, it is reasonable to assume that we get to see the M5 on the 31st.
If you haven’t been following for a while, we have heard that it would be coming with 2GB of RAM out of the box and carry 16GB internal storage space while also coupling a 13MP rear camera unit.
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