New Meizu device, rumoured to be the Meizu M4, leaked via TENAA
The Chinese micro-blogging website, Weibo, is at it again, and this time around, they have brought us an upcoming device from the stables of Meizu which is supposed to be called the Meizu M4.
From the images that we have seen, it is sure that the smartphone has received its own certification from the office of TENAA but what is surprising is that it is yet to be listed officially n the TENA website.
We got to see something better than the images to as there were some features of the device listed alongside this posting.
For one, we know that it would be having a metal build, meaning it would have a premium design like some that we have seen Meizu jump on in the past. The post also started that the fingerprint sensor is lost on this one and for price, it would retail at RMB 899 as at the time of launch, translating to some $135.
While neither of Meizu or TENAA have confirmed this, we advise that you take everything here with a pinch of salt.
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