The Meizu MX 6 is official (+ overall specs)
We talked about how Meizu was looking to cater to its middle level users after the creation of the Meizu PRO 6 and now that the MX 6 has been officially announced, we have all the juicy details from therein to help you make up your mind if this is what you want, and if you are actually getting a great value for your money.
Coming just after the PRO version from the same manufacturer, the 5.5 inches measured and dual SIM MX 6 is definitely behind its high end version, but it gets the job done so well that you wouldn’t even be noticing that in the end.
Under the hood, the device is run by the Helio X20 processor which switches neatly to different cores on its own depending on the kind of workload that the device is currently catering to. Asides that, the 5.5. inches of screen are optimised at a resolution of 1920 x 1080 and with the introduction of full cell in display by Meizu, you just got a smartphone with touch abilities like none other the company has ever made.
For your selfies, there is a 5MP camera attached to the front of the device and they went all the way out to Sony to get the lens that was used for their 12MP rear camera. Running on the latest android version till date, the 6.0 marshmallow, the CPU is clocked at 4GB of RAM and an on board storage capacity of 32GB to start you off.
In conclusion, asides from the fingerprint sensor on the back which is now common with the marshmallow brands, the Meizu MX 6 makes use of the USB type C cable.
Pricing starts at $300, a $90 rebate off the Meizu Pro 6.
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